As a child I never played rock, paper, scissors and I never really learned how it was played. But I love to play vinyl, paper, KNK!
When I first got my KNK I cut strictly paper. I remember cutting little letters and delicate swirly things and then trying to glue them to paper without having glue all over my project. Then I found vinyl and it is now so easy!
The next card was an “I can do that” card. I was so busy this year that I bought my cards at the store pre made. I know, I am so sorry but it was that or nothing. This card was the card that I bought just so I could make it.
I scanned the card into the computer and then opened the scanned image with KNK Studio. I then used the scan tool and vectorized it. I then had my image. I cut the red background from Coredinations and then the bird from white vinyl, WooHoo…I did it. :O) I have a KNK Maxx and generally use between 36 and 40 force for vinyl and between 90 and 120 for paper depending on the type.
I want to say how thankful I am that I met Doreen (Emily’s mom) on line who told me about the KNK and told me to order it from Sandy McCauley. It has been one of my favorite parts of life so far. :O)
Here is a link to the three files in KNK format: