Silhouette Studio DXF File Tutorial - Merry Christmas Card

Trying something a little different today. If you haven't noticed, my Etsy shop is becoming filled with digital files instead of physical products. I've started designing SVG files because I believe this is the wave of the future. In today's video, I am going to walk you through using the Merry Christmas Greeting Card SVG Design. The free basic version of Silhouette Studio only accepts DXF and PNG files. DXF files show up only as lines and I'm going to show you how to turn those lines into the cut file. I will also be doing the card assembly. This SVG file comes with an envelope as well. I don't show the envelope file but, I do show how to construct it once it is cut out. I'm using basic colors in the video, but the beauty of using cut files is that you can cut it on any cardstock you'd like to use. Dress this design up using patterned papers! Add a print and cut element to your smaller sentiment panel or stamp a greeting. Feel free to add more embellishments to this card to really make it your own. As with all my cutting files, this card can be used for personal or commercial use. The stipulations on licensing are laid out in the listing information and are also provided in PDF form when downloading the files.



You can purchase this file here: https://www.craftychristiescreations.com/etsy-shop/en/product/id/738216212






With Love,

Crafty Christie


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