Saturday, April 14, 2012

Video Tutorial: Silhouette Studio Designer Edition Filling a Font with Pattern

I have a new scrapbook page to share with you and this page is all about combining digital elements and Silhouette studio software. My DD is turning 13 next month and I want to capture the spirit of what is going on in her life and design pages that would appeal to her age and style. My daughter spends tons of time posting and commenting on photos with Instagram so this page really speaks to who she is and what she's into. 

What I used for this page
Amy Tangerine- Sketchbook

 I did a custom title using a TTF (font) and the fill and offset functions. Here is a quick video that show how to fill and adjust the image inside of the font. I'm using Silhouette Studio Designer Edition which allows you to scan any paper and import it into the Pattern Library.

Thanks for watching!


  1. This is a fantastic layout! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Just watched your video.
    You did a fantastic job explaining this concept.
    Can't wait to try it myself on my own computer.
    Thank you so much for taking the time to make this video.

  3. Good Job Lisa, I love your work and you explain things so well.TFS.

  4. Thank you so much for this great tutorial, Lisa.
    Tine (Addie24)

  5. Lisa! What a great tut! Thank you so much --- I am off to give this a try.

  6. Wonderful tutorial...never knew you could do this with the Silhouette. Thank you!

  7. Hi Lisa,

    This title and your tutorial are terrific. Can you possibly tell me how to save my paper downloads to the pattern library? I have a lot of digital paper downloads and cannot figure out how to get them into the patterns.

    1. Hi Trisha I have a video to show you how to do that here


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