Here’s the first part of a Halloween Sign I’m making. First, I used the Make the Cut software along with the “Zombie” font that I’d long ago downloaded to my computer and wrote out the words “Happy Halloween”. One of the best things about MTC is that it works with your Cricut, but doesn’t need cartridges!! You can click HERE to try out a free full version of Make the Cut.
Next, I welded the letters together. I tilted the word “Halloween” and welded both words. MTC makes it easy to make a shadow, so I decided to make a shadow of the words. After a few clicks (as seen below) I had a shadow!
TA DA!!! That was fast. I already have a shadow. It took me longer to tell you about it than to have it created by Make the Cut. LOL! 🙂
After doing a quick online search, I found this .svg image of a sack covered trick-or-treater. I then imported that into Make the Cut, made a shadow and separated some of the tiny parts away from the solid ones.
Tomorrow, I’ll show you how I use these images to create a Halloween sign! 😀
Have a Great Sunday!!
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