Folding Star Card SVG Cut File Set – General Release

Very excited to let you know that the folding star card SVG cut file set is now available on general release!

When folded, the card takes on the shape of a six pointed star. Pull on the upper points and it pops open to reveal hidden sentiments, messages or images – whatever you want to put in there!

Don’t forget! Subscribers of my Creative Fabrica Fans page can download without having to purchase it by visiting my Creative Fabrica Fans page, logging-in and downloading it.

Anyone wishing to buy this set as a one-off can now get it from my Creative Fabrica store. Just hit the big button below to be transported by the magic of internet wizardry to the product page.

SVG Cutting File Set

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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5 thoughts on “Folding Star Card SVG Cut File Set – General Release

  1. As mentioned in the earlier post for the Creative Fabrica subscribers; an awesome make John, totally love what you can do with this card. Glad to see it’s general released now.
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful day.

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  2. Hi John

    I wasn’t well when the email about your last post came through, the 3D owls. I was blown away by them when I saw them, I cannot begin to imagine the time they take (all my computer work is in 2D though a crash course in DWF files may be on the cards for me. Hello you tube lol) turning an idea into a drawing then that into 3D 🤯 tens of hours for each one I’m guessing. .I may not be doing much paper crafting at the moment (I’m dealing with bigger, heavier and noisier items at present but creativity and some of my crafty skills are being used to make new fun toys… Mwah ha ha ha…) but I can still absolutely appreciate the work and commitment that goes into what you do,

    I like this too, can see many applications for a lot of different celebrations.

    Honestly John, you are one clever fella.

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