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I hope you have gotten the silhouette software for your Cricut (or you are currently using it with your Cameo).
This project is a lot of fun and EASY!! Oh, and you can use a free font to do it!!
I really do believe this! With Silhouette software I can do soooo much more with my Cricut machine (and of course with my Silhouette Cameo 4).
If you haven’t tried it yet, what is stopping you? Seriously. Next best thing since sliced bread???? LOL Kinda kidding BUT I really do love the software.
Here is how you can make fabulous larger than mat images for you CRICUT. This video shows a step I did not go over in my prior video…that of saving the cut pieces FOR CRICUT.
I get lots of questions and requests for videos. This one came from Dora as a YouTube Comment. YES, I do try to respond to EVERY comment!
Anyway, she wanted me to show how to do a larger than mat print then cut using my Cameo machine (similar to the one I had done for Cricut).
Sooooo, here it is. I hope you enjoy!!
I loved making this wall hanging! Using the stars really helped with the placement of each layer of vinyl. See how in the video. If you are a Cricut owner and would like to use my project that includes Access images, click here. If you would like to join Cricut Access, I have an affiliate link below the video.
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Cricut Easy Press (I use the 9″ x 9″ one)
StripFlock (MY FAVORITE SUEDE LIKE HTV) by the 12″ x 15″ sheet OR by the 5-yard roll (I get the roll because I use it like crazy!)
Dreaming Tree SVG
I am having a blast learning to make cute, Cute, CUTE party decorations (or wall decor) with my Cricut Explore machine. Since I didn’t want to have to glue a lot of little pieces, I made the majority of the kitty as a print and cut file and then added her nose and dress??? shorts??? as cut out pieces.
I think I’ll try another! Hmmmm whatever shall I try??? 🙂
Have you tried this yet?
Since a YouTube follower of mine asked me (in the comment section) how do you use the print and cut feature in Design Space, I told her I’d gladly create a video for her. Soooo, here it is Helen! If you have further questions, please ask! I LOVE helping people whenever I’m able.
Both Minnie and the text were “print and cut” using two different techniques which I show in the video.
Please share with your friends (if you like the video) AND, let me know if you have any other questions. 🙂
Hello again! My daughter and I are having so much fun playing with our new Cricut machines. I have some cardstock that is larger than 8.5 x 11 but my daughter doesn’t. ANYHOOO, she wants to create super fun LARGE decorations for the new craft room that her husband made for her (she’s sooo lucky!) AND, I think she wants to add some fun wall art to her precious twin babies’ rooms.
This image shows an example of using the smaller cardstock to create a larger image. In this case, the Hogwarts wall art is about 23″ wide.
Below the image is a tutorial. I hope it helps! Right now….at this moment…it is the best I know. 🙂