Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Video Tutorial: Print and Cut Any Image

Here is my video that goes step by step on Printing and Cutting any image from the internet.  It's 15 minutes long, so grab a cup of coffee and enjoy.


28 comments:

  1. Thanks so much Lisa! This was great; I have dozens of images that I've collected that I now can print and cut with your help!

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  2. Wow, Lisa! You just made point editing so much easier for me. I was clicking on one at a time and doing it with the mouse only.....Your way is so much easier. Your video is wonderful. Please do more.

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  3. Wow what awesome work you do Lisa. I found you from the Silhouette forum as I just purchased the Cameo...I love it! Thank you for the fab tutorial I'm now a follower ;) xx

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  4. Awesome tutorial, Lisa! I need to try this soon!

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  5. Hi Lisa, will this work on the Silhouette SD or only on the Cameo? Would love to see the finished project you made with this image!

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  6. Great tutorial! I learned quite a few things from it so it was well worth my time & yours :)

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  7. Lisa, I think you did an amazing job on this tutorial!!! It helped me too and I'm quite experienced with digital cutters as I own three, but I'm fairly new to SSDE. The only thing that I would change is that I would thicken the lines so that they are easier to see for beginners. Thanks for sharing this with all of us!

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  8. What a fantastic tutorial Lisa! Thank you so much for taking the time to create and post it! I just purchased the Cameo and can't wait to get it out of the box and start creating! I am now following your blog :). Thanks again! Krissa

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  9. Great first video. Very thorough and i learned a lot about point editing! thanks so much!

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  10. You did a fantastic job Lisa! I truly learned so much, thank you! The point editing tip was an eye opener. I'm the perfectionist you were talking about, now it's easier being one, lol!!! I could go on and on, please make more video tutorials.

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  11. thanks for the tut - very helpful

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  12. Thanks for the video tut - very helpful!

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  13. Thanks for the video tut, it is great to see it in action!

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  14. great tutorial! I pinned it. :)
    I've traced before, but the dots have always confused me. Thanks for clearing all that up.

    gail

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  15. Wonderful job on the video, Lisa. This will be very helpful for me with learning how to edit nodes. Thanks so much for your time and efforts!!!! -Stacy

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  16. Thanks for the tutorial...the edit points always confused me so you've helped me with that!

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  17. Thank you o much for this wonderful SHARE! I loved it!

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  18. Great tutorial. Lisa! Very easy to follow...now maybe I can muster up the courage to use my Cameo to it's fullest potential. Great meeting youyesrerday, hope to scrap with you soon!

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  19. I found you through Pinterest. Thank you so much for this tutorial, I have been wanting to learn to do this and you make it so easy!! I am excited to try it!

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  20. Thank you soooo much! I've been trying to get rid of a "white space" around a Lettering Delight image and haven't figured it out until your tutorial! Found you on TwoPeas! Thanks!!

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  21. My Cameo is supposed to be delivered today. My sister bought one during the very first shipment of them. I love your tutorials. I have been playing with the software for the past two days while I wait for my Cameo. Cant wait now.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Dear Lisa, I am so grateful for your willingness to share what you know!!!! I have paid for classes at shops and have come away more confused that when I entered, even with hands on. Here's where I need help - - - I need to know what steps to take and in what order to do both the "stamp, print & cut" and the "import image from internet into Silhouette, print and cut." I also don't know which icons to use for which step. If you are willing to help, I would be so very, very grateful. I've owned my SD for over 4 yrs and have only cut images i've purchased from Silhouette, barely altering them in any way!

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  23. Lisa thank you so much! I have taken silhouette classes galore and have never seen any hints about getting rid of that pesky background before. You make it so easy! Thanks again.

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  24. Thanks, Lisa...what a great video!

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  25. This tutorial was really good and I like the fact that you zoomed in on the defining areas for us to see what you were doing. Good job. TFS

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