Card and paper crafting keeps me sane! But this is now mainly a Vlog, due to Eyesight issues. Please feel free to use my designs for inspiration Purposes, but do not Directly copy, or pass my work off as your own. I would rather inspire, than be "flattered" by copying, xx
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Monday, March 25, 2013
Hi guys I have been really quiet havent I?
well here's a hint of why I have been so quiet..........................
viewer: These can be now be viewed without opening the files using a
plug-in program: SVG Viewer gnu. Available here
as a free application, which makes life a lot easier for those who
have lots of svgs! Once installed you will be able to see the svgs on
your computer as actual images, instead of a blank piece of paper.
Change the view for the folders to medium icons to see the images.
is this “Make the Cut” program?
Make the Cut is a software program
which currently allows you to cut with all these machines :
with the Pazzles Inspiration™
with BossKut Gazelle™
with Black Cat Cougar/Lynx™ series
with USCutter™ MH/LaserPoint series
with CraftWell's eCraft™
with Silhouette SD™ and Cameo™ including Print and Cut!
HPGL machines with printer support (Craft ROBO™, Wishblade™, etc)
it is a software program you pay separately for its worth considering
if you are upgrading to a new or different machine. It is able to use
almost all of the current file systems even if it wasn’t in a
format designed for that specific machine, example: You had a Craft
Robo and now you have upgraded to an E-craft and want to cut your
favourite Graphtec GSD file on the E-craft ( The E-craft uses SVG
files and other than using Make the Cut, you wont be able to cut a
GSD file without first converting it to an SVG).
only files it cannot convert are the .studio files, .crw files for the
E-craft, and Provocraft's own files systems.
take a picture (.jpeg or .pdf), and you will be able to import the
picture into MTC and convert it to a file it will cut with.
Make the Cut expands the library of available images you can work
with, and worth is considering as there are a multitude of free
cutting files available via the internet. In addition you can run two
or more different machines and access all file formats, and cut from
one base software program instead of having to switch from one
program to the other, so you CAN cut your GSD file from your A4 Craft
Robo on the E-craft at 12x12” without phaffing around having to
practice those who are familiar with the Silhouette studio, and Craft
Robo programs will find it very similar, while those who have the
E-craft will find that there is a lot more that they can do and
expand the use of their machine.
the Cut can be downloaded as a free trial, here. This does not commit you to buying the program. It will allow you to
play and import files, however if you try to cut using the
unregistered version it will cut a big X across your design. It is
intended to let you try before you buy, so you have an idea of what
wish to go ahead and purchase the program please use this link:
remember that files of any type are the intellectual property of the
person that created them. Breach of Copyright is not fair to the
creator who spent their time and imagination creating the files for
you to work with."