Wednesday, April 8, 2015

I Miss You. {unhappy Stringbean}


File used:
Playful Stringbean Cut It (SVG)
grass~ Nancy's Buddies Cut Its (SVG)
font: LD Free Spirit

Tip: How to make a Happy Stringbean unhappy.  
Using Silhouette Studio Designer Edition, select the face layer, Release Compound Path, and Ungroup. Select the mouth and rotate it 180deg. If you like, you can crop the inverted shape so that the pout does not look so long. Use the "Make Compound Path" command to put the layer back together.


 Make a card with the resulting Unhappy Stringbean!



7 comments :

  1. I don't always get a chance to comment. But I want you to know that I think you are the most creative person I have ever seen. Your generosity in sharing and letting us know about freebies is truly appreciated. I love your latest creation. thx for sharing and have a great day.

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    1. Thank you so much!! You have put a big grin on my face! I am really glad that you enjoy my posts and I want you to know that your compliment means a lot to me. :-)

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  2. I agree....thanks so much for all your heads up for all the freebies...I am sure I would not remember if it was not for you Jin...and yes your are the most creative person I have seen...thanks for all the great ideas, and for being my partner in crime to lettering delights files...

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    1. You are so sweet, Cynthia! Thanks for your kind and encouraging words. I appreciate it very much! Crafting is so much more fun when I can share my passion with like-minded friends like you. Thanks for hanging out with me on my blog! :-)

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  3. my previous comment disappeared :(
    I'm looking into buying the bundle, and I always come here so you get the credit for my purchases, and also to see what fabulous ideas you have to use the sets. I am not sure which one to buy, should I get the graphics or the cut set?

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    1. If I had to make a choice, I'd say buy the Cut Its. You can use them for cutting out and layering and also for print-and-cut since they come with colors. I'm not sure if you had seen THIS article before but I wrote it to help folks understand the differences between the Cut Its and the Graphics. Perhaps you will find it useful too?

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    2. Thank You! I read your article too, thanks for explaining it so well. <3

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