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It’s no April Fool – It’s the real deal!
Well, this week has not seen me be less creative than usual I have just had to tinker in a few moments late into the evenings.
I am very please that I persevered though as I can now share with you my first ever computer designed scene creation!
Did you know that you can create SVG cutting files from the embellishments in your Daisy Trail digi kits from Serif Craft Artist?
Well, you can! This video post will give you a brief how-to, and also how to import it into Brother Scan N Cut Canvas however if you are a Silhouette or Cricut user then the first part will still relate to any cutting software that can accept SVG cutting files.
Well it seems like you liked the last quick tip so I’ve got another one for you.
This time it relates to the blade holder.
During recent Scan N Cut workshops I have come across several users becoming quite frustrated with the results they are getting.
Whilst ‘diagnosing’ these issues a common trend has been occurring so I thought it’d be good to show you so that you can perform this very simple check if you are struggling to get clean cuts too.
Watcha mates. I’ve often watched nature documentaries with fascination. Particularly the ones that show us the ‘hidden’ world of the micro organism and it’s juxtaposition against it’s larger brethren.
It was with this in mind that I whipped out my phone and attached one of those clip on micro lenses in order to see what I could see, or, couldn’t see if you catch my drift.
Was very pleased with the results – fancy a look?