Make the Cut!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Just so you know, I have a few more posts in the next week or two that will show you more about how to cut vinyl with your Cricut as well as using Make the Cut. Since I have had a TON of you asking me about this program....

Here are the details for Make the Cut:

  • WYSIWYG Interface [image]
  • Works with the Cricut™ Expression™, Create™ and Personal™
  • Automated Cricut™ Driver Installation [image]
  • Preview/Use Any SVG [image]
  • Integrated SVG Gallery (Currently over 1000 free projects!)
  • Work on Multiple Projects at a Time
  • Choose From 3 Standard Mat Sizes [image]
  • Use Any Installed Font or Import TTF Files [image]
  • Convert Raster Images to SVG Format [example]
  • Easily Create Lattices [image]
  • Break/Split/Layer Shapes and Edit Them [image]
  • Weld/Join Shapes Together [image]
  • Create custom background shadows from any shape [image]
  • Export Shapes to SVG Format or Personal Library
  • Cut, Copy and Paste Shapes Between Projects
  • And Much, Much More!
You can purchase this program by clicking on the Make the Cut button that is in the right hand side of my blog. This will take you to the official purchasing website for them. This program is SO awesome! It will allow you to use ANY font on your computer and convert any jpeg into an svg file to cut with your Cricut. It actually makes me giddy to use! Happy Cricut-ing!!

PLUS, they have a coupon code good from March 11th through midnight of March 17th where you can get an extra 15% off!! Just enter MTC311 on the checkout page.


***Also, don't forget to join in our Spring has Sprung party this Friday by linking up your fun spring posts. For more information, check it out here. There will be a GIVEAWAY!!



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1 comments:

Letti March 25, 2010 at 11:15 AM  

Thank you so much for doingthese tutorials. I just recently got a cricut and have been a little afraid of using it. Your tutorials are a huge help.

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