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  1. Marlene

    On your cover card 20 i would like to know where to find the Birthday Wishes cut file. I can’t seem to find it. Love you cards.

  2. Millie Speck

    I just wanted to take time to thank you profusely for all the wonderful cards and digi stamps that you are so generous to give us. I don’t always remember to say thanks but I love your cards and ideas for cards. I haven’t made all of the ones that I have downloaded but that doesn’t mean I like them less LOL.

    Thank you again, Millie Speck

  3. ovealia

    I am trying to start using my scan and cut and when I try to register it reads: will not support bellsouth.net
    what can i do to make this work for me.

  4. nagajyothi


    i want some desigen form ur store for commerical purpose…pls let me know d details of that
    how to use


    1. Bonnie Hallowes

      I would also love to know how to get commercial access as I currently make for sale to friends, family and craft fairs although I may want to expand to a website later.

  5. Nuno


    First of all thank you very much for the wonderful designs you have here. I was blown away when I found them.

    I’m trying some out and I have a question that maybe you could help me with.
    I’m using the Brother Scan N Cut and I have no problem using your SVG files. Sometimes I open them first on Inkscape in case I need to change something, and then on Scan n cut canvas.
    Everything works fine but in some designs the machine cuts some of the more intricate parts twice. Usually this can be accomplished duplicating the lines of the design but I can´t seem to figure it out!?

    My question is: are some of your designs meant to cut twice?

    Thank you very much!

    1. Bird Post author

      No, they aren’t designed that way so I’m not sure why that would happen, is it trying to cut on both sides of the line instead of on the line if you know what I mean?

  6. Christina


    Just came across your blog and was wondering if there is anyway I can subscribe. Your detailed tutorials are exactly what I’ve been looking for.

  7. SaBrina

    Wonderful art! A wonderful spirit and kindness to share with us. Thank you so much. I am new to these type of file, when I get the hang of it I know these will make for beautiful cards. Again, thanks for your time, effort.

    1. Bird Post author

      Hi Maria!

      I’ve posted about this a few times recently:

      It will take me some time to complete but I am gradually moving my free cut files from my archive here on my blog over to my store. Don’t worry they will remain free!

      I’m adding my freebies to the store in bundles so they will be quick and easy to download. However, as I move them over I am just keeping the SVG versions so if there is something you would like in a different format then pop on up to the Free Cut File archive and snag it before it moves! The Halloween files are already in the free section of the store here and I will be moving the Christmas files over next, just so you know whats happening :)

      Supplying one format means that I can size each piece accordingly and sort the project into colour groups too, removing all of the guess work.

      Hope that helps :)


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