17 May 2019. Little did we know then that this would be the last normal national day in three years. This year we can finally celebrate properly again, with trains and music!
This is a LO with my very first SVG file. I designed it myself, and you can now buy it in the online store here .
An SVG file is a cut file, which can be loaded into Cricut and Silhouette machines, and which then cuts out the motif on the desired material and in the desired size. The motif is cut out in one piece, so that you don't have to glue the parts together.
I have cut out my motif on white cardboard, and then glued cardboard and patterned paper in the "empty" letters.
The beauty of SVG files is that they retain the quality of the design, even if you resize it up or down. This means that they can be used to cut out motifs for both large scrapbook pages and small cards, without the quality deteriorating.
It was fun to make, so there will be more SVG files to come.
Do you have a Cricut or Silhouette machine and want to try this May 17 file? I'm giving away a file to two lucky winners, one from each machine type. Leave a comment about which machine you have, either here or in the posts on Instagram/Facebook, and you'll be in the draw. I will draw a winner on Sunday 1 May.