Silhouette Cameo 4 is available to order now! I’ve already ordered mine here.
In case you are wondering about the super new features of the Cameo 4, here’s the scoop!
The Silhouette Cameo 4 features:
3xs the speed of the Cameo 3
Touch panel, Bluetooth
5000 grams of force vs 250 grams in the Cameo 3
Built in roll feeder
Built in vinyl trimmer
One click auto blade
Rotary Blade (purchase separately with 40% off coupon sent with order)
Kraft Blade (purchase separately with 40% off coupon sent with order)
Automatic tool detection
Dual motor system
Weeding Tool marks where to weed vinyl compatible with Easy Weeding Feature
Available in White, Black, Pink
This box is soooo cute and easy to create! To get the free file, just go to the library up in the menu area.
If you’re using a Cameo, this file can be used as is. I hope that you’ll share what you create on our website!!!
If, on the other hand you use a Cricut, be sure to watch the video as I show how to use this free svg no matter if you’re using the Maker or an Explore Air (with the Score tool).
We at Team PattyAnne had sooo much fun creating these svgs for you. We hope you love them as much as we do!!
Don’t forget that you can use my affiliate link to ShopAuntieTay.com (put in pattyanne as a code to get 10% off the purchase the reflective htv.
Below is the video of Mr. and Mrs Cranium. I hope you don’t find it too scary. Tracy, from Australia told us before our LIVE CLASS today that she started watching it late last night when she was home alone and had to turn it off until the morning. Sorry, Tracy! Didn’t mean for it to be THAT SCARY.
Well, in addition to posting several videos to YouTube this week, we also had our LIVE CLASS (it’s held every Saturday morning). This class focused on creating these with our Silhouette Business Edition Software that we use for Cricut machines and Silhouette machines! Join us! It is only $5 per month and you get 4-5 classes AND get to hang out with a great group of ‘girls’ and one guy (so far!). Just go to patreon.com/pattyanne to sign up.
However, I don’t know about you but I feel like I spend a small fortune buying Sticky Flock for my rhinestone bling. Today, someone in our Facebook Group (sooooo glad you asked, Chow!) asked a question about rhinestone sizing. I was going to cut out the same design that she had cut out so I could help her with sizing. Well, I’ve pretty much run out of my sticky flock (I do have a large order due any day) but I wondered what else I could use since this was just a sizing test.
At this point I thought I’d see if the sizing was good for the 10SS size rhinestones by just cutting CARDSTOCK! Well, much to my surprise and DELIGHT, I discovered that I could pretty much brush all of the rhinestones into my cardstock template!!! Now, if you have used rhinestones and sticky flock you will appreciate my elation. I mean, that sticky flock can get expensive!!
I will add, however, that if I was doing a very intricate design or one that I wanted to use over and over and over, I would most likely go with the Sticky Flock.
Ok, here is the link to the video where I show how to use the cardstock for BOTH Cricut AND Silhouette!