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SVG Cuts and Punkin’ Patch Stamps Review

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SVG Cuts and Punkin’ Patch Stamps, owned by Autumn Creative, Co, produce digital solutions and embellishments for scrapbooking and paper crafts. Based in Illinois, this company is owned by two young entrepreneurs who share their love for creating.

I first heard about SVG Cuts when I got my personal cutting machine and downloaded Sure Cuts a Lot, a program that will allow you to cut designs from your computer without using cartridges. This software uses SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphic, files. When searching the Internet for SVG Files, I came upon SVG Cuts and was instantly attracted to their designs.

SVG Cuts works with many types of software that supports .svg files. I happen to have the most experience with Sure Cuts a Lot, so that is what most of my tutorials use. I reviewed the Advent Calendar and created one for Christmas this year. I love SVG Cuts mostly because of their modern designs, their generosity of having a free designs section and their amazing support. They also have great video tutorials on some of the product pages showing you how to put together your project!

I also have had the opportunity to review some of the Punkin’ Patch Stamps. These stamps come in sheets that you then apply to your stamp block. I use the clear acrylic stamp blocks for these. These stamps are unique in that you can also download “Stampables” with certain sets. These are a set of .svg files to go with the stamps. If you are a scrapbooker, like myself, you understand that you often want to mount your stamps on a mat to then place on your layout to give it dimension. Stampables allow you to do this so much easier! For the stamps, there are coordinating files that allow you to cut your mat before you stamp your image!

For more information about SVG Cuts or Punkin’ Patch Stamps please visit their website or Facebook page.

What stamp set do you like the best?


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