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Understanding cutting and printing file formats, which ones are included with my designs and details on how to use each one. If you have purchased any of my designs or grabbed any of my freebies, then chances are you've noticed all the file formats that I offer with each design. You may be asking yourself, why all the file choices and why would anyone need a file type other than the SVG or DXF file to use with their Cricut or Silhouette machine and software? If so, that is a great question and I will touch base on all of that.
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The following file types are what I include with each of my designs. I like the thought of knowing that my customers can purchase their favorite designs and be able to do so many things with them because of the different file types I offer.
Although there are many other file types out there, these are the ones that I think are most important to a crafters needs.
If you don't already own a Cricut or Silhouette cutting machine, you will not regret purchasing one, they are so fun to have and you can make so many things as well as make money with a craft business.
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