When I last left this project in 3D Thursday 9 – An Idea Hatches! I had made the ornate box and was about to decorate it.
Ready to see what happened next?
Sadly I didn’t have time to finish the box mentioned in last week’s post, however, I have been able to put together a short video to show you how to create a cube box, onto which you could weld a decorative 3D design, using Microsoft 3D Builder. Continue Reading…
This week I received an email asking about whether I knew of a way to convert GSD cutting files into FCM cutting files from a lovely lady called Susan who had recently changed her machine from a Craft Robo to a Scan N Cut.
Once I had found a way of doing this I thought that this might be something that other people might like to know also so that is the subject of this week's Scan It Saturday.
Ever had a brain plop that turns out to be a really good idea? Believe me, when I say, I am really proud of this week’s 3d printed plop!
Back again with another in the Scan It Saturday series. This time I will be sharing with you how to create a stepper card in real time so you can play along if you would like.
This time around I put together a card blank with a twist and inserted a medallion as a focal point in the top of the card.
The design is versatile though and you don’t need to use it as a card front – it could make a beautiful bookmark!