Welcome to my New Blog. This blog is for sharing my crafting ideas and my cutting files that I create primarily using the Make the Cut Software and my electronic cutters which include my 18" Black Cat Cougar, a Silhouette SD, and an original Expression.

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Friday, March 2, 2012

Bunny Painting Eggs (MTC and SVG files available)

Good morning.  This is an old post from my old blog as well. Here is another bunny with her paint bucket and some Easter eggs.  I originally found this bunny as a free online coloring page.  However, this one had several open lines, and double cuts, and other issues when trying to convert it so, at that time, I had to take it into Inkscape and do some node editing and clean-up in order to create a cut file from it.  (With the latest version of Make the Cut, I could now do the node editing and stuff directly in MTC without the need for Inkscape!)

 I cut it fairly small, about 3 1/2" high by 2 1/2" wide.  That small, some of the little pieces are extremely tiny (tongue, brush handle, flowers, ribbon, etc) and difficult to work with and may not cut well at all depending on your cutter.  I would suggest a larger size if you hate working with teeny tiny pieces especially if your cutter doesn't cut well. I put googly eyes on this one and simply chalked the edges for some dimension.

She would also probably be great to do as a Print and Cut!  May have to go back and give that a try and see how she looks.

Interestingly, I find that this is what I enjoy doing the most - the challenge of creating the cut file from something - figuring out HOW to make it work so that it can cut.

If you are interested in having this file to add to your collection feel free to download it below!

Download the Bunny with Paint Bucket Make the Cut (MTC) file here.

Download the Bunny with Paint Bucket SVG file here.

As always - let me see if you actually do something with my file!  Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Looks like you really worked on this one! Thanks for sharing it.