Saturday, September 12, 2009
Well this weekend was a wet one here in Dallas TX, Somewhat of a gloomy day, looked like what a wet winter day will look like, minus the cold. So I pulled out some old files that I have been meaning to get to some day, you know, like that folder you have been filling up with files... or am I the only one? Anyways, I played around with this one to try and get it to cut right. It will need to be cut rather large, as there is much detail in this one, but I liked how it came out. There is plenty of art work out there, that just calls to be played with. What can you do with this? It needs to be cut with 6 different colors, all of your choice. Make sure to send me pics. Enjoy!
Friday, September 11, 2009
Well here is another.svg file I played around with today. It is 6 pieces, so when you export to SCAL, make sure you do not forget. This would look great on anything. A wall plaque, a t-shirt, a vinyl cut out, a scrap book, etc. I tried to make easy it to cut out. Let me know what you think. Please send me pictures of your finished product, and I will post. Enjoy!
Thursday, September 10, 2009
While I was browsing through the SCAL community forum, I came across a post request for a 50th Anniversary .svg file. It got me in the creative mood and I came up with a little something. Wow, 50 years, how do you honor that? You can't throw cute puppies an butterflies, or bright colors.. they are beyond that. Then I thought, Less IS More! Sure we can add every flower and butterfly from our library, but sometimes the details get lost in the layers upon layers of of embellishments. Have you ever tried buying a greeting card and you pick out the brightest and busiest card out, but always seem to put it back? At first glance they stand out, but the one that makes it into the shopping cart is the one that conveys your sentiments effectively without all the distractions? Well that's simply my thoughts, what do you think? The more we know, the better our craft. By the way, I hope the requester is successful, no matter what she creates! Enjoy!
Monday, September 7, 2009
This one I played around with just for fun. It could be used for a birthday card, just don't cut it too small, as the fine detail will be hard to cut. Place it dead center of a card and place flowers around it in layers. Show me what you can do with it. I may create one later and post. If you send me a pic of your creation, I will post it as well. Enjoy!