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How to Use the 1" circle in reference to scale

Depending on which cutting program and software you are running, chances are that your program is importing the files larger then they were intended when I created them.  This is out of my control.... its a software issue.

To help you size your projects to the correct and intended size, our files that contain a 1" circle will aid you in this.  Please note, NOT all of our files contain the 1" circle, as many of our project files are to be made to your needs.  Our Tube holders, Gift Cards, Cards, Candy Holders will all include the 1" circle, so you can make sure your finished project will work with the items needed (ie: candy tube, A2 envelope, etc)

1- Open your cutting software.

2- Import our SVG file and leave it as a whole ( do not ungroup at this time)

3- draw a 1" circle on your mat, using your tools provided in your software program/

4- click on the imported SVG file and scale it down until the 1" circle provided (top left corner) matches the 1" circle you drew on your mat.  When the circles match up, delete the circle you drew.  Ungroup the SVG file and continue on as you would any file, by moving the peices around as needed.

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