Definition – The production of large quantities of custom created die cuts by Susan Mast (often using a Klic N Kut machine and assembly line techniques).
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I create 99% of my own files because I get frustrated when searching for where I saved things on my computer. I am amazingly quick at just starting with points, converting to a poly-arc and curving lines. I usually import a clip art shape into my screen to use for scale and then I tweak the shape to suit my needs. Once the sizing was determined I used the contour object tool (.20) to create an outline for my flip flops.
I teach paper crafting classes and make scrapbook kits for my students to assemble. A great feature that my KNK offers is the ability to connect pieces. For example, this simple flip flop tag consists of the bottom pink piece, 2 green pieces and 2 more pink straps. It’s much easier to pack a kit with 3 pieces than 5. Now that I think about it, I could have connect the straps to the bottom piece. Even easier to pack 2 pieces than 5! My students simply have to snip the pieces apart! To achieve this simply make a small rectangle between the two shapes to be connected and do a simple weld!
I keep my 15″ KNK Maxx settings at Overcut 15 & Trailing Blade 20 because I only use my machine to cut paper.
Please visit the KNK Gallery on my website to see more projects that I have created using my Klic N Kut.
- Bazzill Cardstock
- Bazzill Flowers
- Baker’s Twine.
- Flip Flop Cutting File!