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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Silhouette Studio Tutorial -Wrapping a Paragraph Around a Shape

The other day, one of the Silhouette Plus forum members asked how she could go about having a shape in the middle of her text and then to be able to get the shape cut out. Using three programs made this easy to do. You will need Microsoft Word, the Free Bullzip program and of course the Silhouette Studio software.

You can download the free Bullzip program here ---->

To learn more about the Bullzip program please check out Krafting Kelling blog Finding Time to Create

Here's the video. You can enlarge it by clicking on the 4 squared arrows. I hope you find this fun and helpful.


  1. Hi, I just wanted to stop by and let you know how much I LOVE your YouTube tutorials! Thanks so much for sharing them!!! I shared a link to one of them on my blog today.

  2. Thank you so much for taking the time to make this. I am bookmarking this so I can come back again and watch it. Sometimes I have those Senior moments and need to refresh my memory.

  3. Debbie, I so wish I could cut and paste all the graphic design info in your brain, I so appreciate your tutorials and your open willingness to share, I love this tutorial, big hugs, Sandi

  4. Hi Jackie, thank you for sharing the link. I'm always happy to learn that the videos are helpful.

    Myoriah, I know exactly what you I bookmark everything.

    Sandi, thank you so much for being so kind. You brightened my day. :-)

    Thank you all. xxx - Debbie

  5. Thanks for the information. I am going to watch more of your videos as I have only had my cameo a short time and would love to be able to do more with it. Thank you!

  6. Great tutorial, Debbie. I had somehow managed to miss this post in my blog-list when it first posted but this is remedied now! Video tutorials are such a help. Thanks for taking the trouble to make them, Debbie.
    Tine :)

  7. Hi Debbie,

    What a terrific tutorial, I learned a LOT! Perhaps one day I'll dive into vid tuts too - I use photoshop for 90% of my setup so I could give a complementary perspective to yours - between you me and Kelly we could have every one covered!

    It is SO NICE to hear your (warm) voice! Thanks so much and hoping you have a great week.

    Blessings from


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