How to change Bendy Card Text – by request


I had a request on The Forum by Jule-Mama saying

Is it possible to make a little Tut for “foreign crafters”? What I mean? Well… in your last file there was the sentiment “seasons greetings”. But for us in germany or other countries it would be nice to replace it in a sentiment in german or other. Do you know, want I mean? Maybe you can show me/us, how to replace it.

I’ve done a quick video for you showing you how you can insert your own text, it could be for a sentiment in another language or a sentiment to suit a different occasion. I hope it is easy enough to follow :)


25 thoughts on “How to change Bendy Card Text – by request

  1. Lucy

    Brilliant Video – thanks so much for sharing it. I use Inkscape & had used a different method but this makes far more sense. I love the Cornish Happy Christmas x

  2. Nicky

    Merci pour cette vidéo. Je débute avec Silhouette et je me posais la même question. Mille mercis pour tout ce partage
    je vais pouvoir mettre les textes en français. Amitiés

  3. Terri belkin

    love the cut files…thanks so much for sharing them. I can now change the wording to Hanukkah for those of us who don’t celebrate Christmas…..thank you again

  4. Silvia

    WOW!!! Great video and instructions, I think I’ll be able to do this. Now I’ll be able to put Feliz Navidad and my family in Mexico will be impressed! Thank you so much for all you share and for inspiring me.

  5. Carol W

    I’m pinning this immediately! Great, concise tutorial on how to do this. Your beautiful files just became even more versatile for me! Thank you again for your work and creativity, AND generosity!

  6. betty woo

    Great video. I’ve just found this having tried to do a card similar to your happy birthday dad one. I managed it but this way is much easier. I’m very new to studio. Thanks for all your lovely cutting files so generous of you

  7. Ruth

    Thank you so much for this web site! I got a cricut for my birthday and have been using your free downloads, which are so helpful!!!! I appreciate all that you share!!! And I love your accent! :-) From: Ruth in St. Louis Missouri, USA


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