Silhouette Cameo Print And Cut Tutorial

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Hello everyone! I’ve had several requests to do a tutorial showing how I use the Silhouette Studio Print and Cut function to cut out the printables I use for Bible journaling. I’m not an expert and there might be more efficient ways to do this but I thought I’d share how I make it work for me.

This process is much easier to show in a video than in a blog post so be sure to check out the video either at the end of this post or over on my channel.

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The Silhouette Cameo can be a bit of an investment for your crafting but there are so many ways that you can use it along side your Bible journaling and general crafting. This machine saves me from having to fussy cut all of the digital items that I love to use but I can also create custom stencils and cut outs to use in my Bible and other projects.

The Silhouette Studio program is a free download so you can play around with that before getting the machine if you want to see if it’s something that you can use comfortably. I also like to use this program to resize items and create custom journaling cards, printables, etc. since it can be easier to use than Photoshop.

Check out the video below and let me know if there are any other tutorials that you would like to see!

PRODUCTS (affiliate links)

HP Envy 7640 Inkjet Printer
HP Envy 7640 Inkjet Printer
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HP Instant Ink
HP Instant Ink
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Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette Cameo
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Silhouette Studio Software
Silhouette Studio Software
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White Cardstock 65lb
White Cardstock 65lb
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Illustrated Faith Raining Blessings Printable
Illustrated Faith Raining Blessings Printable
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Until next time!

Lindsey

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