What's New at Cre8ive Cutz

Butterfly Greeting Card

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I've just added a new project to the store, this lovely butterfly greeting card, suitable for many occasions.  The project includes both MTC and SVG files, as well as an instruction sheet.  Click on the preview to purchase the project.

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Free Project - Spring Flower Card

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Visit the Projects page to download the free project file and create this pretty flower card, perfect for Mother's Day, spring birthdays or any other spring occasion.

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What to do if your Make the Cut! project won't cut

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Once you have your project all arranged on your cutting mat, cutting it out is the next step.  Clicking on the Cut icon as shown to the right will send your project to your Cricut.  The Cut Project With Cricut dialog box will pop up, and if Make The Cut! has a problem sending the project, you'll get some error messages as shown below:If you see Cricut Error: No Devices Connected: Check to ensure your Cricut is connected to your computer.  See this post for instructions if you are not sure how to do that. Check to ensure your Cricut...

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Using SVG files in Make the Cut!

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When I installed Make the Cut!, the very first thing I did was download an SVG file from the internet to see how well it cut on my Cricut.  This video tutorial shows you how to import an SVG into Make the Cut! and get it ready for cutting. (If you're not sure what an SVG file is, check out this post for details.)

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Wondering how to connect your Cricut to your computer?

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In order to be able to cut your Make the Cut! designs on your Cricut, there needs to be a connection between your computer and your Cricut. If you don't already have one, you will need to purchase an A/B type USB cable.  These are inexpensive and very easy to find at any store that sells computers and software (I picked mine up at Walmart for about $14).The two ends of the cable look like this:To plug the cable into your Cricut, locate the connection port on the back of your Cricut right beside the power connection and plug the...

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