I’m back with SVG Sunday, where I convert some of my Silhouette Studio Files to SVG Format.
It seems appropriate at the beginning of the year for a To Do List. I always have a lot of things that I want to achieve at the year’s start and this little pad is a great idea to list them all. Or, simply adhere a magnet on the back and pop it on the fridge for those “day to day” lists.
This File is a print and cut File. When adding it to your software you’ll need to turn on registration marks. The red perforated line is just that – a fold line) but the grey perforated lines are not meant to be cut but printed instead. Ensure you add “weight” to them so that they print and ensure the cut setting is set to “off”. Refer to the photo and the diagram below to work out the areas to print and the areas that need cutting. Copy and paste the pages to to fit as many as you would like to print for your pad. I used regular copy paper for that.
If you are using the SVG in Cricut Design Space you may find this post handy
See the original post and get the Silhouette Cut Files, assembly instructions and see more pictures if applicable.
Here’s the SVG Cutting File for the Print and Cut “To-Do List”