This cut turned out so well I decided to display it in my china cabinet.
Well, yesterday I spent HOURS trying to figure out how to get the Love Struck cartridge to cut out these complicated cuts without messing them up. Finally, I figured out settings that worked on this K & Co. Smitten Specialty Paper that I was using. It also worked well on glitter paper. YAY!
Here are the Settings the Worked for Me:
Using the Regular Blade I set the Speed to 2, Pressure 3, Blade at 6 and Multi Cut to 2. This worked well on the paper I used and on glitter cardstock.
And Then I…
Well, I couldn’t decide what to do with the cupid after I got him all cut out. He was so pretty I wanted to show him off, but the detail only really showed up against white. Ah ha!! I was sure I had a white plate somewhere! I did! Plus, I hit the mother lode. I found a stack of plain glass plates in the bottom of my china cabinet. I totally forgot I had those! I’m so going to glass etch myself silly really soon. 😀
I attached the cupid with pop dots! Hee hee hee. Hey, it worked. 😉
Here he is when the reflection isn’t showing all those little hearts:
If I get a chance, I’m going to makeover my whole china cabinet with different Cricut cuts!