Congratulations on your new machine! I know you’re going to enjoy it! You’d be surprised how many people come up to me at craft conventions I either attend or work and talk to me about not understanding how to use their die cut machine. I begin to ask them questions so I can offer helpful advice and you know what I hear so often? “I haven’t even taken it out of the box.” As my husband would say, in the comic voice that he’s honed to be between Cooter from Dukes of Hazard and Barney Fife, “Well, there’s your first problem.” So, let’s get that bad boy outta the box. Remember: This machine works for you, you don’t work for it. Show it who’s boss and don’t let it intimidate you.
»»»»»You can find all of my Silhouette Cameo tutorials by clicking here.«««««
»»»»»You can also navigate to it from the drop down menus (see photo below).«««««
Here are just a few of the tutorials you will find!
Now that you can find all of the tutorials, I thought I’d share just a few of the posts you’ll find there! You can check them all out on the Silhouette Tutorials page, as shown above.
»»»»»Click on the photos below to go to the corresponding post.«««««
»»»»» or watch the VIDEO! «««««
»»»»» or cut it WITHOUT a mat! «««««
The photo link tutorial has been sooooo helpful to people who’ve run into crazy cut problems!
This is fun to do!!
»»»»» Or customize it with a photo! «««««
And…Don’t Miss this fun video!
If you haven’t tried the Silhouette Sketch pens, you should!
New tutorials will continue to be added to the Silhouette Tutorials page so be sure to check it out!
Think you want a Silhouette Cameo but aren’t sure? Check out this post. You’ll find all kinds of info about Silhouette compatible software there too!