Sale at ScrapNFont on Doodlebats

May 19, 2009 at 9:27 am 1 comment


This card was made with my Cricut machine and SCAL using the dbWoodsy font from  I LOVE these retro trees!  I’m testing a ton of these fonts for use with Cricuts and these Woodsy fonts have to be my FAV!

ScrapNFont has them on sale this week in a “doodlebats” extravaganza (a doodlebat is like a hand-drawn dingbat).  The prices are insane this month, you get $780 images for $18 with the coupon code “4birthday”–since it’s their birthday!  (Try comparing 480 images to a Cricut cartridge and let me know how that math works out.  I get nauseated just thinking about the price of a couple Cricut cartidges sometimes.) I’d pick up some great fonts and SCAL in a heartbeat, even if I had a few cartridges…they put out a lot of trendy fonts fast.

Don’t miss this sale at scrapNfonts if you want to try this with your Cricut..., the best sale I’ve seen over there. You know they must be good if I’m willing to pay for a font!  Just remember that you have to have SCAL for your Cricut to cut them out.  It’s like having the right punch for every image you cut out–when you first cut out the DB Woodsy font, they look like this–

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Tools:  Cricut Markers (follow package directions), Cricut, SCAL, Prisma markers for coloring, chalks, watercolors. The background (grass, clouds, and sun) are water-painted with Loew Cornell Watercolors and LC Chalks.

I was a little hesitant to do this at first, afraid of messing up my Cricut, but now I’m switching it in and out all day long every day and it hasn’t affected the cutting at all.  It’s VERY easy.  The screw holding it in just swings out…the screw doesn’t really come all the way out at all.  You just swing out the arm, switch to marker or blade, and swing it back to tighten.

I used the “shadow/blackout” feature in SCAL to have it cut around the image like this.  Love the white border.  Superhandy for shapes too intricate to cut.  For intricate fonts I don’t want to get off my cutting matte, I may just let it color them and trim around them for some projects in the future!

(The birdie was at first yellow, I decided on red later!)

The font used above ($3.00–  DB Woodsy.  I also have DB Trees ( haven’t tested “Trees” yet, but can hardly wait…love me some good trees!)  They look so much like those Unity stamps I love, only 26 for $3.00!  I’m still hyperventilating about it a little bit.

Here’s sale bill I just got in my email from ScrapNFonts:  (I’m obviously going to need more fonts…the DB Woodsy cut so clean and FAST on the Cricut…some fonts  do NOT cut fast at all, nice perk!)

scrapnfont doodles ad

By the way: I bought an extra pack of 48 Prisma markers if anyone locally is interested the price was so good!  Call me.


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