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.
Step 2: Cut It!
it is kind of difficult to find the place on the mount where the card will be cut correctly,
you firstly need to test the place with other cheep papers.
And here are some images of a cut card,
I guess you should not fold it before delivery,
because it might be torn while delivery by a sorting machine or something at post offices if already folded.
I put a masking tape to prevent that.
By the way, I'm studying English,
please tell me and correct something wrong on my instructions when you find it! (^o^)/