Time for another Make the Cut! Projects video tutorial. This one shows you how to create a slot and tab closure entirely in Make the Cut!, just like the one used on my little purse card. I hope you enjoy it, and as always I'd love to see what you create using my tutorials and cutting files.
Thank you for the tab and slit tutorial.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for your help.ReplyDelete
I don't understand why you use two squares and boolean join for slit then followed by a join. One square can be placed and sized down that small and then join. Fewer steps unless I am missing something which is why I am asking? There must be a reason.ReplyDelete
On the version I had when I made the video, there was a limit as to how narrow the first square could be made, so doing a boolean join was the only way to get the slit very narrow. That may have changed on the latest version, I haven't tested it yet, but will and then will post back here. :-)ReplyDelete
I'm using an older version also and had the same sizing question. I think it works if you unlock the proportions and use the height and width tab at the top of MTC to change the size of the squares. Hope that makes sense. Thanks for you tutorial!ReplyDelete