Tuesday, February 11, 2014

A ScanNCut Valentine Card with Free SVG Download

I created this glittery Valentine card using hand drawn and cut elements designed with the new Brother ScanNCut machine.

 The scalloped mat in the background is also from the ScanNCut library of basic shapes.
I also drew the nesting heart, starting with one heart and then scanned and resized it on the ScanNCut to make 2 more smaller hearts.

All the paper is Core'dinations Colorcore card stock.  I used both the Glitter Couture Stack and Glitter Silks Stack in 6 x 6.
The glitter paper is perfect for Valentine cards!

Here is my hand drawn "Love Arrow" SVG file for you to download for free.  Just click on the word "Download".

A big thank you to my wonderful scrappy friend Sandra who came up with the idea of adding the arrow elements to my "Love" word art!

I also have a video with a tutorial on how to use the ScanNCut to design this card.

So, honestly, this is my first digital cutting file I've designed, so if it doesn't work for you, I apologize and promise to figure it out and fix it! 

I hope you enjoy this cutting file and please share where you got it if you do create with it!


  1. Love the new download feature!

    This blog just keeps getting better and better . . .

  2. Such a lovely card Kelly!! A tutorial and a cut file.. your amazing!! Thank you.

  3. Kelly that's awesome! Thanks for sharing your word art, it's very cool!

  4. Wonderful card....and just love the svg you designed!

  5. Hi, Love the combination of shapes, layers and glittery papers. Thanks for the shout-out too! I simply made a suggestion and you ran with it, creating something amazing!

  6. This is so awesome! Thanks so much for sharing it with us. LOOOOOOVE the Glitter Silk!

  7. Love your card and your video. Since I am unable to convert any svg's using Canvas (it just won't let me do it, seems there is a problem with either my Browser or Properties on my computer) but I could download an .fcm file to use on my ScanNCut. Do you think you could provide the file in fcm please.

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  9. Great tutorial and thanks so much for sharing your lettering.