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After much hard work, I have finally been able to put together an installable font that will act as a single line font for use with your electronic cutting machines – and it is available right here! The Story So Far To explain the challenges faced in this process I would refer you to this […]
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A couple of weeks ago I shared with you the phenomenal response that has been shown for the online Scan N Cut learning lectures that are hosted over on Udemy. This week, to celebrate that, Udemy has agreed to run a limited time offer to anyone that hasn’t already signed up – read on to […]
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Gentleman Crafter by John - Gentleman Crafter - 3d ago

Today’s project idea features the Cut Foil and Emboss Faceted Frame die that I designed for Couture Creations. This one uses the Cut Foil and Emboss technique. To achieve it I placed the heat activated foil and card stock onto the adapter plate in the GoPress & Foil and ran it through the GoCut & […]
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A while back you couldn’t move on the internet without stumbling across someone, including me, raving about paint pouring. It is fun, creative and appeals to all facets of my creative side. Just lately though a new kid has appeared on the block. Resin Art with Alcohol Inks. But, what is it and will I […]
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Gentleman Crafter by John - Gentleman Crafter - 4d ago

Today I have a project idea for you using the Faceted Frame Cut Foil & Emboss dies that I have designed for Couture Creations. It’s simple and quick, but pretty all the same. This one uses the letterpress technique. To achieve it I inked up the die and ran it through the GoCut & Emboss […]
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Hallo you! Got a cool new cheat for you this week. You will love it, especially if you like using intricate, large complex or very ornate designs with lots of individual elements that make up the overall design. Firstly I must acknowledge the source of this tip – even with my lengthy and thorough knowledge […]
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Split letter monograms give you the chance to make something truly personal and impressive greetings card. To that end, this week I have designed a full set of split letter monograms that can be cut, or as was the case with the last two sets, drawn, embossed or even foiled using the Foil Quill Here […]
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Gentleman Crafter by John - Gentleman Crafter - 1w ago

Continuing the series of blog posts in which I share ideas, for using the Cut Foil & Emboss dies that I have created for Couture Creations, today I have one that features the Cathedral Window Cut Foil & Emboss die. To begin, I layered up some coloured card stock to the front of a square […]
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Some of you that follow me across various social media platforms will have seen my dabblings over recent months but to others, this will be the first time that I will have exposed my randoms. Now, setting the innuendo aside, what I am actually talking about is abstract art whereby I have taken a random […]
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Following the incredible response to last week’s file set I decided to create a similar range this week but format them for use with UK A6 sized cards – and of course A5 or A4 as they can be resized of course. Here is a quick gallery of the cutting files. Here is a quick […]
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