Releasing a free Class of 2016 cut file in SVG and .studio format in keeping with a 5 year tradition here at the Clever Someday blog.
The question about what file formats Silhouette Studio can use is not all that easy to answer, partly because the facts vary a bit from the official Silhouette America information, and partly because there are 3 versions to keep track of now. I sort it all out here, in a free printable PDF cheat sheet.
LittleBigCrafter and I are bringing you some more Curated by Kay bundles. You will love the clear instructions included with these cut files from PrintableCuttableCreatables! Very friendly for beginners and you can get started for as little as a dollar. And don’t forget that everything at LittleBigCrafter is picked with crafters in mind.
I have a number of exciting announcements coming in the next few weeks, and I’m happy to share the first of them with you today. Some of you know that I love font and graphics bundles, but that I have been frustrated that because most of them are geared towards graphic designers, they don’t serve the needs of crafters as well as they could.
Mightydeals has just posted a new crafter friendly font bundle with 5 fonts from JoelMaker, who is quickly becoming a favorite designer among diecutters. Each of these fonts is encoded for use with the Character Map (or Font Book, Nexus, MSWord, BabelMap, etc) so that you won’t have to miss a single glyph.