7 days from Oct 31st and I'm finally ready to start on my Halloween projects. Unless the fake blood tutorial or the Booligan treat bags count, I am officially starting late this year. While I can't imagine paper-piecing goody bags for 3 classroom full of
If you have never print-and-cut with your Silhouette cutter before, you are missing out on one of it's best features. I remember the first time I printed-and-cut with my Silhouette SD (when the Cameo was not yet available). I was amazed and totally giddy with excitement. There are so many things you can do with print-and-cut that the possibilities are truly endless.
If you are new to my blog, I encourage you to check out my Tutorials Page to look at my Print-and-Cut tutorials. If you have never print-and-cut before, I hope that today's card will inspire you to bring your creativity beyond paper-piecing.
Now let's get started today's tutorial:
I am using Lettering Delights' Frank's Friend Alphabet to make today's shaped card. It is the free sample alphabet-of-the-month. If you are reading this post after October 2012, click HERE to purchase the set so that you can follow this tutorial to make the card.
To download your free alphabet sample, just click on the Try Me Now box that is located on the top right hand corner of every page on the Lettering Delights website.
Type in the lower case "o" in the text box and select "High Res (750 pixels tall-best)". Click SAVE to download the image of the jack-o-lantern to your computer.
Once you have retrieved the download, just click HERE to watch the YouTube video where I will show you how to make today's printed shaped card.