Friday, March 30, 2012

Video Tutorial: How to print-and-cut Treat Bags using printable paper and with Silhouette Studio


Surprise! I have another video tutorial for you! This time I will show you how you can use the LD printable papers to make your own customized treat bags.



At the end of the video tutorial, I showed you how to make the banner with Silhouette Studio. This is how it looks like when cut and assembled:


All three treat bags shown below were made using the Hunny Bunnies Graphic Set and Paper Pack. I love the colors and the designs of this collection. So perfect for the Spring and Easter!


I cut out all the decorative elements using the same print-and-cut method shown in the video.


Once again, if you enjoyed this tutorial, please click on the LIKE button below. Tutorials can be very time-consuming to post and I count on your feedback to know if I should continue making them. If you have any comments regarding this tutorial, please post below. 

Thanks! :-)


Supplies:
Silhouette Studio Designer Edition
Silhouette Cameo (or Silhouette SD)

21 comments :

  1. I would just like to say what a wonderful tutorial. I really don't think people realise how much time a post like yours takes from making the project, photographing it, writing up a blog post and making a video. I just want to say BIG THANKS, Jin.

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  2. WhoooooooHOoooooo! Don't have a silhouett---(Zing) but still really great tutorial! Love the inspiration!

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  3. I am going to say again how grateful I am for your tutorials because I learn so much just watching these videos and so appreciate the time you take to make them Jin!!
    http://teachdanz.blogspot.com

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  4. Wonderful tutorial! Thanks so much for taking the time to create these! They are so helpful!

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  5. I for one appreciate the time it takes in between taking care of kiddos and all. Thank you!

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  6. I LOVE YOUR TUTORIALS!! They are the BEST!!!! You inspire me to be more creative with my silhouette(I'm a newbie). I think these treat bags are adorable!!! I just got DE and I'm going to have to check out LD..you make it look easy and fun!! TFS

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  7. Jin when I get to the part where you move the rectangle, I can't do that. The cursor grabs the bag/box.

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    1. If you watch the video closely, you'll see that it happened to me too. Sometimes it takes a few tries but I find that it may be easier to grab it by clicking on a corner.

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  8. THANK YOU SO MUCH, JIN for the great tutorial!!! :) I really appreciate all the time you take and I learn so much!!!!!!!!!!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  9. Wow! Your tutorials are awesome! I am about to get my very first craft cutter - a Silhouette Cameo. Thanks to your wonderful tutorials, I'll be able to hit the ground running.

    Great job and thank you!

    Cindy

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  10. I juat recently got my CAmeo and discovered your blog. I LOVE your tutorials! They have helped me feel more confident in using my new machine! Thank you so much!

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  11. Love the tutorial, thank you !

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    1. Thanks for your kind words! Glad you enjoyed it. :)

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  12. i'm unable to select just the rectangle and circle to center it. When i hi-light the two it also selects the envelope. When i hit center it will center it over the entire envelope.

    I love your tutorials, my new found joy! Thank you!!

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  13. This is a great tutorial! (They all are so far!) Are you still using Windows 7?

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  14. Thank you for the tutorial which I have only just come across. I bought the pinch bags but none appear to be exactly the same as yours. Have the designs changed? Thanks Carol x

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  15. Love, love, love this!! It's soooo cute!! I want to try and make it now! Thanks, Jin!!!

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