Friday, May 27, 2011

Freebie Friday! 05/27/2011

Hello Friends!

I'm SUPER excited this week because I'm introducing "Cutable SVGs" plus my first Video Tutorial. If you use a cutting machine, then I would LOVE your feedback on this freebie and the new & improved SVG file.

I have to mention that this week's freebie is an adorable elephant, suggested by my 8-year old niece, Adeline.

"Cutable SVGs" are my artwork in SVG file format! Yes, I have been offering SVG files in the past, but recently I learned how to layer them specifically for using cutting machines. Below are three examples of the ENDLESS creative possibilities using this cute cutable.

The cutting maching software I use (and prefer) is Make-The-Cut. Below is a screenshot of the elephant SVG file inside the software. You can see the artwork is layered and broken apart. In the download, I've also included the Make-The-Cut file for MTC users.

Notice how the foot is separate. That is so you have the option to add dimension to the front foot by adhering a foam tab to the back of that piece. I've put together this short :46 second musical animation to demonstrate how this polka dotted elephant was created! It explains why the foot isn't attached. Watch it... it's cute!

To get this freebie, sign up for the The Digi Street Newsletter here and you’ll receive a confirmation email with a link to download the files.

When you download this file it will be accompanied by a "Read Me" text file with all of the copyright information. In short, please don't share and please credit me, Andy Bauer at The Digi Street, with a link back to my shop or my blog.

Both the Elephant "Print & Cut" file and the Elephant "Digi-Stamp" file are available at my shop.

Perhaps you already signed up for the newsletter and you are on the list, then check your email. The newsletter was sent right before this blog post. If you didn’t get an email, when you signed up for the newsletter, you may have typed your email address wrong. (It happens more than you think.) Simply sign-up again or email me.

Again, your feedback would be greatly appreciated so I can continue to provide my art in innovative, yet convenient ways.

Please be sure to send me photos or blog links of your creations using The Digi Street art!

Have a fun & safe Memorial Day weekend!
Andy Bauer

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