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Monday, June 02, 2008

HOW to make a jigsaw card with MY PATTERN

Growing up there was always jigsaws being made at our house.
So I thought I would make a jigsaw .SVG pattern (in inkscape)
so I can make some fun cards.
IF you have Sure Cuts a Lot HERE IS THE PATTERN. ----that is for 8x8 jigsaw
HERE IS THE PATTEN FOR 4x4 and 6x4
LETS BEGIN
What you need to do is open sure cuts a lot

File import. import newjigsaw 04.svg.
It will be square what you now do is work out what size your picture is .
Mine is 3 inches x 4 inches (well my picture is slightly bigger but you need it bigger so you know it will cut right )
so i adjust the svg till
it sits on the mat at 3 inches x 4 inches

Put the picture on the mat and cut
take of mat and you have a jigsaw (wow so quickly)

For this card folded yellow card 6 inches ,
piece of blue 3 3/4" x 4 3/4" (which was edged with artline black pen),
piece of light blue 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"
(which was edged with artline black pen),
piece of black 3 1/4" x 4 1/4"
And arranged them on the card like pictured

using glue i added to the card leaving lots not made up,
but the main part of the picture made up

FINISHED CARD

8 comments:

Cari said...

cute!!! I'm getting all kinds of ideas from this one...

Lianne said...

thanks for make the jigsaw shapes... i was just thinking about making one yesterday... and you bet me to it...thanks again
Lianne

Marcella said...

This is so great, I'm going to use this to make puzzles for my kids to use in the summer!! Thank you!

Nic said...

Fabulous tutorial. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Susan, thank you.
Do you think if I put a 4 x 6 photo on the mat and then made the puzzle the same size it would cut alrgiht? I am just thinking this would be great for picture puzzles of photos of places, fun things etc.. does that make sense?
Sharon

Susan said...

yes you can do a 6 x 4 photo it works wonderfully i know i tried it the other night

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern!

~Ashley

Anonymous said...

Fantastic as always Susan. Thank you very much for your patterns.

Mel