See the ticket border at the bottom of the layout? That's an Echo Park design from the Silhouette store. It's not a print and cut. I loved the look of it, but I did NOT want to cut all of those tiny pieces separately and glue them together, so I decided to play around a bit with the file and see if I could color it myself. As you can see - it worked! I did the same thing with the two tabs on the pictures. I won't go into detail here explaining how I did it - if you want more information, let me know and I'll be happy to share with you. This is one of the reasons I love my Silhouette though - I would not be able to do this on my Cricut.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Making your own Print and Cut Designs
By now, I am getting more and more adventurous with my Silhouette machine. I love to experiment and see what I can do with it. The possibilities seem endless. For this layout, I took a regular Cut Only design from the Silhouette store and turned it into a colorful Print and Cut design.
- Searching for that "perfect" storage solution...
- Cruise Pictures - Shopping in Roatan
- Cruise Pictures - B is for Bill
- Cruise Pictures - Zip Line
- Stuff I never do...
- Cruise Pictures - Celebrity Century
- Cruising Along
- Happy Birthday, Courtney!
- Last post for today - Happy Birthday Brittany!
- Making your own Print and Cut Designs
- Silhouette Print and Cut Feature
- Scrap Happy - again!
- So much to catch up on!
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