Whether you know them by wood type fonts, circus fonts, railroad fonts, western fonts or some other name, these decorative, 1800’s wood type inspired, shadowed typestyles are awfully popular these days.
You all have figured out that I am more of an idea person than a real crafter who finishes projects. And as an engineer, I am always on the lookout for a formula that works. Card sketches take care of layout issues, but still left me to struggle with colors.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: As of March 14, 2011, MTC no longer supports Cricut. With new official releases of SureCutsALot and MakeTheCut finalized in the last few days, I have been busy updating my comparison chart.
Update: MTC 3 is out of beta. Download MTC 3.2 to take advantage of these and many more features. I played around with the beta version of Make-The-Cut 3 last night and I am amazed at the results. 2 issues have been standing in the way for reliable print and cut on the Cricut.