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Friday, August 3, 2012

Disney Delights Continued

On the site shared below. The one with the Disney Fonts; there were some other fun surprises. They have oodles of Disney coloring pages. I grabbed one of the coloring pages to see if I could do an Auto Trace with the Studio software and then cut it. I was a bit concerned about the lines being a little too thing. To my delight! It cut out pretty darn nice. The only problems I had were small ones. It was the parts between the Dalmation puppies feet. I could/should have colored the area that was suppose to cut out with a white gel pen but, it was too late.I already took the picture to share here. The eyes and some of the spots were colored with a black Micron pen.

I wanted to make sure to let everyone know that this is not a Print and Cut. This coloring sheet is more like a cut we would do with vinyl. All of the black lines in this are cut from a piece of black card stock. They are pretty thin but easily glued with those wonderful glue pens. I hope I explained this technique well enough. I'm terrible with words.

The font portion of this card was done to show, how lovely the Disney Script Font cut. I'm so happy to have found these sites last night and plan on having a lot more fun with the Mickey dingbats, coloring pages, and fonts. I hope you have lots of fun with them too.


  1. Hi Debbie - I love Disney's coloring pages. I google them, bring them in to the Silhouette, trace and cut them out. Thanks for all the fonts, I really appreciate it.


  2. Hi Summer, thank you for visiting.It's so fun to do all of this stuff with the Cameo. I would love to see some of your coloring pages. This is so exciting!

    I never thought about cutting them out the way I did. It's sort of like a vinyl cut would be then I use a glue pen to glue the tiny edges to the white paper, then I color them. I want to try tracing the edges, doing a Print and Cut then coloring them. The possibilities are endless.

  3. Cute dalmatian images, Debbie and a fun creation which certainly gives the right kind of feel for a party invite.
    Tine :)

  4. Thank you Tine, When I'm making sample cards I never really place a whole lot of design into it. I usually make them just to show what an element, like the Dalmation cut out. I wish I was having a


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