Archive | May, 2011

Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.31.11 – Father's Day Gift Card Holder

Give the Dad in your life a gift card to his favorite store or coffee shop this Father's Day. Just size each layer to 4.3" wide (keep the proportions) and it will fit a standard gift card just right. Unfortunately, the bottom layer won't work with SCAL1 since it contains open paths (they form the […]

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Cutting QR Barcodes Out of Vinyl - Silhouette SD

They store your music, photos, contact lists and have even replaced your GPS device. Android and iPhone smartphones are dominating the mobile industry and most of them have the ability to scan barcodes. I personally use this technology to compare prices by scanning the UPC codes on product packaging. Meanwhile, beyond UPC barcodes, QR barcodes […]

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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.26.11 – Scrap Pocket Freebie

With the new Smash journals by K&Company being all the rage this week, we wanted to make a cute pocket to use in ours. Make a cute little pocket for your own journal, Smash book or scrapbook page, just right for tucking little notes, cards and mementos inside. Just fold the tabs inside and glue […]

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Peony Cottage SVG Kit

Make a scene for Summer with our adorable new Peony Cottage SVG Kit, fresh from our craft table! Make the cottage in whimiscal fun colors, or use Halloween paper and make it spooky. Cut it in Christmas papers and add glittery snow and a pine tree, or add birthday pennants and give it as a […]

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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.23.11 – Adore Caption

Who do you adore? Whether it's your son, daughter, husband or boyfriend, create a sweet layout! Choose a photo of a grandchild or a photo of a couple adoring each other, and mat or frame it up. Use coordinating solid-colored cardstock that matches a patterned background paper, and you'll have a great-looking layout started in […]

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Cut The Craft - Listener Questions, SCAL News and Interview with Erin Madsen from DCWV

DCWV Social Media Manager, Erin Madsen talks about her role with DCWV and shares insight into the artistic process behind the amazing paper stacks we all love. Also, host Leo Kowal discusses the latest Sure Cuts A Lot news and answers questions from submitted by listeners.

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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.18.11 – My All Star Caption

Calling all team moms and athletes! This caption is just the thing for your next sporty paper project. Use it to title your next soccer or baseball layout. Scrapbook your team's photo or your little player's photo. Create a card for your special sports-lover and adorn it with a little basketball, baseball or football. You […]

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Taylor's Team SVG Collection

Create adorable paper projects for the athletes you love with these adorable bears and kitties. You get everything pictured, including the Tennis Bear, the two Baseball/Softball Bears, the Ballet Kitty, the two Basketball Bears, the Golf Bar, the Hockey Bear, the Figure Skating Bear, the two Soccer Bears and the Soccer Kitty. Make the perfect […]

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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.16.11 – Graduation Cuddly Friends

With Graduation season upon us, we hope this cute graduate comes in handy for your Graduation paper projects. Use it on this year's graduates, or scrapbook your old graduation photos you have laying around. These cute graduates work for preschool, grade school, junior high, high school and college graduates!

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Free SVG File – Sure Cuts A Lot – 05.13.11 – Bundle of Joy Caption

Do you have any baby photos laying around or stored in a box? Scrapbook them this weekend with this pretty caption! Just pair it with a piece of patterned baby paper, and cut the layers in coordinating cardstock. Add a cool photo frame, or just mat your photo on a rectangle of coordinating paper, add […]

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