DIY Glitter Stickers with your Silhouette

I’m up on the Silhouette Blog today. Check out my tutorial on DIY Glitter Stickers with your Silhouette.

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As an aside, does anyone else call glitter, sparkles or am I on my own with this one? Have a good day everyone!

Martha

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2 thoughts on “DIY Glitter Stickers with your Silhouette

  1. Tere is so much I do not know about the Cameo, subtract all? How did that work with the seeds? How to use the knife tool and what does it do. The new pix scan, do you have to use it or can you use a scanner/printer? You put the black rectabgle on the green watermelon rind, it it separate from that or do you cut it on top. I am a card maker, and have had the cameo since Christmas, i want to use it at it fullest, I just dont know everything it will do.

    • Yes, there is a lot to learn when it comes to using your Silhouette, which is really a good thing! There is just so much you can do with it!

      I suggest that you start watching some of Silhouette’s youtube tutorials to give you an introduction to the features in Silhouette Studio. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdt8jBsW4kvA__vAcAGMvBw Scroll down to the 101 and 102 Series and start watching there.

      I have another video for you to watch that specifically addresses the Modify Window (this is where Subtract All can be found) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK7_16h5pXg

      Do you have the Designer Edition or Basic Edition of Silhouette Studio? If you have the DE, you can do a lot more with the knife. Here is another video about the knife: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyQMErCFlDg

      I can speak more on the PixScan once mine arrives in the mail. I’ll be sure to write a review.

      The black rectangle is separate from the rind. I cut the rectangle out of black vinyl and the rind was on the sticker paper. The fruit of the watermelon was cut onto double sided adhesive. So three different mediums used for the watermelon sticker.

      Please keep me updated on how things are going. I will help you get acquainted with your Silhouette. Don’t give up because once you learn all the wonderful features, there will be no stopping your creativity!

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