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.
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.
In January, I took the Clean and Simple Cards 2 class at onlinecardclasses.com. I really enjoyed it, and am just now getting around to doing some of my homework cards. On of the big pluses of the class was getting to see what others in the class were making, and that’s how I found this great spinner card design from Stephanie at Pink Star Creations.
While working on my tracing series, I was reminded just how hard it is to autotrace templates. Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to trace them? I thought, and then it hit me. I went back to a 3 year old post here and found my answer. Here’s a video that shows the process for Windows (Mac solution and alternate Windows process here).