NOW AVAILABLE for purchase, GAZELLE IV Software by Funtime.
So many new features have been added to make your scrapbooking so much easier. Some of the new features include:
WPC Viewer Importer: You can now see an image of the file before importing! Also, rename file within importer window.
SVG Viewer Importer: See the image of the file and import with ALL of the dashed lines showing and ALL of the pieces at one time! No more 1 file at a time and second guessing where the dashed/cut lines should be at. Click of the button and ready to cut.
More Rhinestone Features added and they are powerful! New stone touch, brush color and so much more added.
New Scissor Styles and Scissor Tools -14 different decorative scissor styles, and 3 different ways to use them.
Some of the other new features are: (Be sure to click link above to read more of the details of each feature)
Automatic Backup/Recovery feature. New Alignment Options Change Size by PercentageProject Notes New Cutting Mat View Calligraphy Pen Multi Pass Cutting Full Screen ImagingPNG File Transparency Tool Brush Transparency. Spiral Draw Tool Transparent Shadows3 new features in the PaperTextures Tool Write to circle simplify
IF you own Gazelle 3 or earlier software, you can order the upgrade to Gazelle IV.
Click Here: www.bosskut.com/bosskutgazelleIV.html
To order a Boss Kut Gazelle Machine or craft supplies, please visit www.bosskut.com
By Judy Stark
You must have the updated Gazelle 3 Funtime software and the current motherboard.
This is the technique I personally have chosen to use and the 12×12 is presently being tested by BK Tech support. I am confident a Company tutorial will follow when testing is completed. In other words, I am not technical enough to know why this works but it does for me. Remember; leave the margins clear as you would with the regular size 8.5″ by 11″ print n cut screen. If you have not used the print n cut feature before, I would suggest looking at the tutorials online. http://training.bosskutforum.com/
To see the step by step tutorial just download the printable .pdf below
The new Bosskut Designs just came out and it inspired me to make a baby quilt for a little girl. I used the bottle
and the rattle
for most of my blocks.
I added a baby face pattern I made up for one of the blocks. I made a second block that just said Baby Girl. I thought these two blocks would add a little to the other designs. I think that is why I love my Gazelle. I like to take what there is and then add my own touch—just like most crafters do. The whole idea is just to have fun!!! I love to have fun. Below are some pictures of my new baby girl quilt. The quilt has been pieced but now needs to be quilted.
Baby Face Block
This block I machine appliqued like the rest of the blocks. I hand embroidered the mouth, ears and eyes. The cheeks I did using a crayon technique I learned years ago. I take an applique transfer mat and lay my iron on it a few seconds. I then take my crayon and smear a little of the wax on the hot spot on the mat. I take a small piece of cotton fabric and rub it in the crayon. I then rub the color in the cheek area.
Once I get it the consistency I want it I heat set it with my iron. I like to think of it as shading and highlighting for fabric. Enjoy!
Janet Rankin- Bosskut Design Team Member