Cut Draw and More SVG Cutting Files – Now Available!

Physical goes digital!

Very excited to let you know that I have just released a bunch of new SVG files based on my Cut, Foil and Emboss dies.

If you have a Brother Scan N Cut™, Silhouette™ or Cricut™ cutting machine, then you NEED to check these out!

So what are these fancy new files?

The simple answer … Cut, Draw and More SVG files bring you multiple design options by combining cutting outlines and single-stroke detail all in a single, layered SVG file.

The slightly more businessy answer … Cut, Draw & More SVG files are universally compatible Scalable Vector Graphic (SVG) files that can be read and used by electronic plotting/cutting machines – e.g. Brother Scan N Cut™, Cricut™ & Silhouette™ systems, vector graphics/cutting software such as Sure Cuts A Lot™ and most graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator™, Affinity Designer™ and Inkscape™ giving you ultimate creative freedom from just one file!

Take your pick from the above, lol ;)

Anyhoo, this first collection of designs is based on the popular Cut, Foil & Emboss dies, designed by your truly!

Here are a few of the possible combinations using them.

Pretty cool, right?!

Here are the designs that are now available.

Now, I have to tell you a couple of important things before I tell you where to get them.

Important Notes!

The SVG file supplied does not add any functionality to your machine or software. The exact potential of the SVG file in combination with your machine/software relies on the capabilities of that machine/software and available accessories.

You will need to assign the appropriate operation (e.g. cut, draw, pierce or foil) to each layer group in the design before you can perform the operation(s). A step-by-step overview of the process is given for Brother Scan N Cut™, Cricut™ & Silhouette™ software within the READ ME document that is supplied with each file.

Scan N Cut™ Users – You will need the installed version of Canvas Workspace in order to make changes to the layers in the file. This is free and available for both Windows and Mac OS.

Silhouette Users – The use of SVGs with Silhouette Studio™ requires a paid version of the software.

Cricut™ Users – There is a known issue in processing complex designs via the desktop version of Cricut Design Space™ when you click on the MAKE IT button. Cricut™ have advised that they are working on a permanent fix however in the meantime, if this happens to you as a result of using these files, the official advice is to upload the SVG and assign operations to layers via the desktop version of the software, save it to your library and then use the mobile app to send the design to your machine for drawing/cutting etc.


Come & Get ‘Em.

If you are a subscriber to my CF Fans page you can download the full set now. Just head over to CF Fans, log in and download them with one click. If you are not familiar with my CF Fans page, please read this blog post.

Don’t want to subscribe? No problem. These designs are also available individually through my Creative Fabrica Store.


Ok, that’s about it for this one. If you have any questions or thoughts about the content of this post, please feel free to pop them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Bye for now.

John.


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10 thoughts on “Cut Draw and More SVG Cutting Files – Now Available!

  1. Awesome collection John!
    Thank you so much for sharing your incredible inspiration, stay safe and have a wonderful day.
    Are the foiling tools by Memory Keepers compattable with all S & C machines?

    Like

  2. Hi John, I’m having the same problem as last time. price is advertised at .20 but is charging $1.00.
    Thanks Denise

    Like

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