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Sunday, March 08, 2009

I made the KID , then the IMAGE and the a CUT FILE!

Here is the KID I made (my son)
(well he is grown up now
this was taken many years ago)

Then using Inkscape i turned this picture into
a image and printed and coloured with copic markers


With that complete i
Then used inkscape to turn my image into a svg to cut on
my cricut using sure cuts a lot



OH the things that can be done with inkscape with a little
practice there are soo many things



This was to show that scal can cut anything really
that is why i love it soo much

35 comments:

Rens said...

absolutely wonderful and wonderful idea!

Jeanne said...

OMGOSH this is FABULOUS Susan!!

Anonymous said...

hi Susan you son is just to cute and the card is also cute great job Hugs Sue

Amanda K said...

Susan,
You are amazing!! This is a wonderful idea - I wish I knew how to do things like this, I think I will set a goal for myself to learn Inkscape!
Thanks for sharing with us!

Sally in Billericay, UK said...

Susan... what a lovely picture and you've recreated it wonderfully - both versions look great. Only snag is you didn't recreate the wording on the cereal box! :-) Joking of course... it's fabulous.

Susan said...

Thanks sally if i had of been able to recreate the wording i would have LOL

Debbie said...

That is so neat! You did a great Job!!

Mima said...

Susan,
You never seem to amaze me. You are a true artist. Congrats on your masterpiece. :)
GB,
Mima~

dimahi59 said...

Oh Susan, this is so awesome...I so hope you will give us a lesson on how you did this...I love it. I lost my son 7 years ago, and I made a rubber stamp of him from Justrite stamps...wondering if I would do the same kindof idea to create a cutout..thanks for all your sharing.
My email has changed to dimahi@hotmail.com or dimahi59@yahoo.com
This is so awesome!!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow....I hope there is going to be a step by step lesson....that is just unbelievable...

Carol

cal8007 said...

Susan,

How wonderful!! I hope you will post a tutorial about this. I have a picture of my kids when they were small and I want to send them an "I miss you" card.

Thanks for showing us what INK and SCAL can do together.

Carmen

Anonymous said...

That's one of the things I hoped to do as well... Now I just need some easy Susan Directions! Great Job.

TFS
KIM S

Anonymous said...

This is too cool. You are so talented!!
Lisa

Anonymous said...

Susan,
I just find your work AMAZING! Great job on the card!

Jen said...

Aww look how tute he is there! I remember playing with him at that age and now have one of my own at the same age (and one already surpassed it as I am guessing he was about 3 here?) . Say hi to him from us :) . Oh and of course I think that you are incredibly talented and hope you can do something similar for me of my 3 ;) . xo Jen

Schaapje said...

how great it is!!!

Snatertje said...

this is si cute, wow, beautiful cards you made with your sons picture.

hug Linda

marie t said...

You are amazing!

Phyllis McKay said...

Susan you are so talented. You must have loads of time to be able to figure out how to do all these complicated things on the computer. You can see how much you truly love what you do. Of course you do have Robot helping you. Thank-you! Thank-you! Love, Phyllis

craftaddict said...

You are amazing. Thank you for all your tutorials and files.
eileen

Jen said...

WOW Susan!!! :) Thank you so much for sharing. So excited to see where you take us on your next inkscape/scal adventure!!

Anonymous said...

Susan,

you are so talented! what a lovely card you made. I bet your son was very pleased with the card!

Thanks for sharing. I visit your blog at least 3 times a week. I always learning something from you.

soraya

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

Hoe cool is this!!!!

Anonymous said...

Susan,
Your work is absolutely wonderful. You continue to amaze me with the number of great things you create.
You are so generous with your work and time! You truely are a talented and generous lady!
Thanks,
Teresa

Helene said...

Love the photo card of Martyn you have make a beautiful keepsake, I love it.

DonnaMundinger said...

OMG Susan! This is the coolest thing ever! That does it! I HAVE to get SCAL. Hugs, D

Brenda said...

Susan I would love it if you would do a tutorial on how you did both of these awesome things!!!!

You Rock Girl!

Ann said...

You are amazing!!

loopylou said...

oh susan how lovely is that? i absolutely love it, it would has made such a personal and loving card ( is that a robot he is building.....?!!) xxx

TT said...

i am in awe, once again. SPEECHLESS.
Great job.
Theresa

schance said...

Hi Susan, I absolutely love this card. Since the day you posted this I have trying to recreate this using my son and daughter, but I can't seem to get it right. Tell me you are going to post some tips on how to do this or a lesson perhaps.

Thanks Sharon in AL

Susan said...

I will be posting a lesson but i just have to find time to make the lesson sorry for the delay but there is just not enough hours in my day

Anonymous said...

Just another note to say you have a great talent. This is so cute and such a special card cuz its of a special boy!! Thanks for sharing with us.

happy2scrap56 said...

Susan I just got scal and would love to learn how to do this from a photo.Jan
happy2scrap56@yahoo.com

Helen Onulak said...

Susan - this is FABULOUS! I've been wondering if this type of thing is possible...and it is!!!!! Do you have a tutorial for how to do this? I'll have to check...I hope so :-)