Wednesday, March 16, 2011

My Personal Faves


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There are thousands of fonts, and graphics on the Lettering Delights website and even though I have made many cards from many of the Lettering Delights products, I have barely even begun to scratch the surface. Interestingly, there are several sets that I find myself wanting to use all the time. It is so hard to come out with a list of favorites but I managed to narrow down to twenty sets.

This is my Top Twenty Favorite Lettering Delights SVG, Doodlebats, Fonts, and Graphics. I tried to select sets that I have worked with before and they also have to work well with Make-the-Cut.

The sets below are listed in no particular order of preference:

SVG:
I love SO MANY of the Lettering Delights SVGs and it was VERY hard to limit myself to selecting only 5 sets. I have used all of these sets before and I still can't get enough of them.

 
 
 
 


DOODLEBATS:
All of these Doodlebats work really well with MTC but note that many images in the DB Party Animals set need some tweaking for them to layer correctly .

 
 

FONTS:
Here are some fonts that I adore. I don't usually cut them out with MTC. Instead, I use the fonts to write a greeting or sentiment and use MTC to print that out.

 
 
 


GRAPHICS:
For Graphic sets, I chose those with textures that appeal to me so that I can use for print-and-cut. Most sets were included in this list because there is no SVG equivalent (yet!). I also added two sets (Pun Intended, Seven Seas) that I can trace easily so that I can use them both for print-and-cut AND to make my own layers for cutting. 

 
 
 
 

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4 comments :

  1. Thanks these are great!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Jin,
    Just what I need. I have spent hours going over and over everything at Lettering Delights. There is just too much to pick. Thank you Linda V for suggesting this.
    Thank you, Meagan

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  3. Jin, I LOVE your blog and all your educational and creative ideas. Have a MTC question for you. Don't know if you are familiar with Kristina Werner's blog and MACM. This week she made a baby card with Silhoutte. Could you possibly tell me how to cut the letters like she did (specifically the trick she used on the B in button) using MTC software? Thanks for all you do! Here is her blog link: http://www.kwernerdesign.com/blog/

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  4. Hey Tami, I just posted a video tut for you. ;)

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