Cricut Card Summit BONUS: How to Turn Your Handwriting to a SVG
Because you are apart of the Cricut Card Summit, we wanted you to have a BONUS FOR FREE!
Converting Handwriting to a Cut File
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Supplies Needed For This Workshop:
- Globe – look at garage sales, second hand shops also
- Rub on transfers – you can also use floral napkins, wrapping paper, or cut out flowers with vinyl too. When searching for these use the keywords – rub on transfer, dry rub on/off transfer, rub on transfers for furniture and crafts. Heres a few from amazon – make sure to look for a mixture of large and small flowers (Rose Rub Ons, Lavender Rub Ons, Butterfly Rub Ons) I also like these from Etsy.
- Spray paint primer – optional but makes painting faster vs multiple coats of paint to cover the globe
- Linen chalk paint
- Markers for hand lettering
Here are some other optional supplies that are good to have on hand want to practice hand lettering.
- Tombow brush pen
- Lettering workbook lined and dotted paper
- Crayola super tip marker
- Pentel sign pen
- Crayola fat marker
- Moo eraser
If you want the SVG file I created for the globe, you can download it here.