It's the perfect time to craft with your Silhouette CAMEO. You don't have to own one to come.
Compound paths are very useful, and I will show you a few good reasons to use them, how to edit them, and more. If you've been using Silhouette Studio and want to make changes to designs or simply create your own, then knowing how to edit points is a must.
Now, you may see this title and think, "I'm not really a keyboard shortcut kind of person." I will tell you that even if you use one or two, you'll be saving yourself tons of time and effort. So I highly encourage you to take a look at this list of my favorite keyboard shortcuts and find one or two to try for a while. You may discover you've been missing out on a quick and easy thing this whole time! Personally, I can't imagine life without keyboard shortcuts after using them.
Whether you're hosting an event or meeting customers, it's always nice to look professional. Something you can do anytime to support your brand is wear a name badge. It's great for customers and guests to put a name, face, and business together so they're more likely to remember you and your business.
We've all been there. What will these colors, designs, and such look like on the finished product? How can I get that visual? How can I show my customer without actually completing a real project? I don't want to waste supplies and time when they may not even like it. I need an efficient way to show my work. Hmmm...
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Are you looking for a great solution to organize your craft supplies? Do you have vinyl scraps everywhere? Here's what works for me.
Creating character text can spice up your favorite or fun saying and get your creative juices flowing. Choose a theme that relates to your message. Think of all the images that relate to your theme. Then, simply think about how they can become letters, punctuation, or accents to your message.