"Sure Cuts A Lot" is an extremely easy program to allow you to cut your True Type fonts and various shapes on your Cricut Machine.
With the combination of using your fonts and importing custom artwork (SVG), the possibilities are endless!
• Works with the Cricut Personal, Cricut Expression & Cricut Create machines
• Works with your installed True Type fonts
• Works with thousands of free True Type fonts
• Works with hundreds of free True Type Dingbat fonts
• Import SVG files to allow you to use your own custom artwork
• Weld overlapping letters and shapes together
• Select styles, including Shadow and Blackout, to change the look of your letters and shapes
• No special cartridges required
• Cut additional shapes from the "Sure Cuts A Lot" Library.
• WYSIWYG Interface - What you see is what you cut
• Availble for Windows and Macintosh OS X
• Save your design layouts, so you can save your work to allow you to make changes over time
• All 1.x updates are free
For more details and system requirements, please visit : www.craftedge.com
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