One of the advantages of using .svg files, as opposed to .scut files, is that you don’t need the font loaded for the file to cut.
I’m heavy into the technicalities these days, but some of you may actually be interested in making things. Easter is right around the corner (or is that, just down the bunny trail) and I want to give you a link to some couldn’t-be-easier files as well as some awesome inspiration on decorating your cutouts.
Using transfer tape makes aligning the cut pieces of a vinyl image simple. (If you have no idea what I am talking about you may want to watch the video on this page.) It would be wonderful to use the same technique for paper-based projects, but the trouble is that commercial transfer tape, Cont-Tact paper or painters tape tear up the surface of your cardstock cutouts when it is removed.