Hey y’all! Just popping in with a quick video tutorial on how Zoom can affect the outcome of using Move, whether it be with just an Arrow key or a Shift-Arrow key.
Category Archives: tips and tricks
I have been so excited about launching this new series of tutorials! A couple times a month or so I will be sharing a quick little tip on how you can utilize your resources and maximize your art. I’m a big fan of maximizing one’s art. Huge fan. I love to see your goodies used […]
While the handwritten words work pretty darn well because Silhouette cuts so beautifully, occasionally you may want to cut them smaller or on something more paper-like where it will require them to be thicker. Did you know you can thicken ‘em up yourself? It’s sooooo easy. Take a look. (‘blue skies’ word is from […]
Got a great little freebie for y’all today! Something that can be used for sooooo many things. just ever-so many. To download this file, click the image or click HERE. Comes as individual components too, so you can layer if’n ya wanted. But wait, there’s more! I like to maximize my art and today I’m […]
Today I thought I’d show you a quick way to take large background–like the fun new heart background from yesterday–and get just the part you want in the size you want for a card. In other words, going from this to this: Oh, and in case you missed it, this fun little number went up […]
So true. This is it. Jordan has started her senior year.(it officially starts tomorrow, but she had to go for sophomore day today)She’s having a bit of anxiety over it. She’s a high school lover.I’m sure it’s gonna go by really fast for her too. I’m sure I must have mentioned that we will be […]
That’s right ba-by! National Scrapbook Day is this coming Saturday and I want to help you get ready for it! BIG things happening on the site this week! Can you say sale? How’s about giveaways? Uh huh. Sure. I knew you could. :) And what fun would a week be without fabulous inspiration from our […]
One question I get asked a-plenty is “How do you get such clean cuts?” Some of those smaller, more detailed cuts with This+That can be tricky. Here are my answers to the questions in the order of which I deem important–for me anyway. :) Double-cut the image. Use a newer mat. Use a newer blade. […]
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