It is the year of dragon this year in Japan. (Maybe in Korea, China also?)
So I made a new year card that represents é¾, kanji (chinese letter) of dragon.
I made it with a Japanese Hagaki (100*148mm postcard),
but it is scalable because it is vector data.
It would be better to use CraftROBO (http://www.graphteccorp.com/craftrobo/)
but you can try this with your hands also!
Step 1: Open the file on a vector drawing software
open it with a vector drawing software, Adobe Illustrator etc.
(If you use an other software than Adobe Illustrator,
I guess you should download the pdf file.)
At CraftROBO setting, you need to set
solid line for the layer 2 (black lines forming é¾)
perforated line for the layer 1 (red lines)
and if you use a Japanese hagaki (100*148mm postcard),
ignorance for the layer 3 (black lines that is a rectangle same sized to the document)
if you use a card over 100*148mm
solid line for the layer 3 (black lines that is a rectangle same sized to the document)
(you need to cut 100*148mm card from your card)
Those who try this with your hands,
please cut the black lines and perforate the red lines.