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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

How to make a deckled edge card using your cutting files

One of the members on the Silhouette Plus forum wanted to learn how to make a card and have the same edge as her peacock cutting file. Whenever a member asks a questions on the forum it gives me ideas on videos to make just in case someone else out there in Silhouette Studio land want to make something similar.

This video will walk you through the steps on how to design your own "Deckled Edge Card" using a cutting file design you already have. Below is an example and the video.




27 comments:

  1. Wow Debbie, thanks for this tutorial, you are the best!

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  2. Awesome! Thank you Debbie! You make it seem so easy :-)

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  3. I must take a Saturday and sit with your videos and my SD and practice, practice and then practice some more - thank you for the great video

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  4. Some days bloggers doesn't play nice.
    I wrote a nice thank you post and viola it was gone lol Thanks so much for the video. I am going to take a Saturday and sit with my machine and your videos and practice until I feel comfortable with this machine.

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  5. Awesome Debbie thanks for the video.

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  6. Beautifully explained, Debbie. I do love your video tutorials- they must help so many people.
    Tine :)

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  7. I just got a Cameo as an early Valentine's gift and found a link to you on Silhouette Plus. You are amazing and I can see I'm going to spend hours with your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing your talent.

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  8. Great tutorial. I'm gonna give this a try.
    TFS.

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  9. Thanks, Debbie. I saw the post on the Forum yesterday and was noodling around to see if I could do this. Got stuck at a couple of points, but this cleared things up tremendously. Good job!

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  10. whoozers Debbie, fab tut, thanks as always, hugs

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  11. Great tutorial.I love the example you have shown.
    Blessings,Jocelan

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  12. Wow - my jaw dropped just watching the steps to do this!!!! How cool is this? Sooo cool!!!!Awsome tutorial!!! Thanks for sharing!!! hugs, Patti

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  13. Thank you so much for showing how to do this!! Love it!!!

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  14. Thanks Debbie! Several times I've tried to figure out how to do this but just never could quite do it. Thanks for sharing your videos. I am going to have to bookmark this one so I can watch this while working in studio.

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  15. Thank you so much, I followed along and was able to do it, you made it so easy, thanks again

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  16. Thank you for a great tutorial on this!Can't wait to give this a try!

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  17. Wonderful tutorial! Thank you sooooo much :D

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  18. I'm so glad you all enjoyed this video. I'll try to make some more design videos. Thank you for stopping by for a visit and leaving such kind comments. xxx- Debbie

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  19. Hi Debbie, I just got a Cameo (also as an early valentines day gift) and LOVE this tutorial, that peacock card is beautiful! I was wondering what software you're using to do the design? Thanks! Lisette

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  20. Hi Lisette, I used the Studio Designer Edition software.

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  21. Thank you so very much for this tutorial! I had this file (the peacock) from 3 different people. I was able to design a card like this due to your wonderful tutorial. I even made 2 cards, one like you showed & a double shaped card!
    Thank you so very much again!!!!!!!!!

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  22. Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

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  23. Debbie -
    I bought a peacock image from the Silhouette store; however, it has a "torn edged box" around it and I can't figure out how to get rid of it. Ungroup/Compound edits won't get the box as a separate image. Could you help me?

    Jackie

    jkraftchick at triad dot rr dot com

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  24. Hi Jackie,

    I sent you an email. We'll get it figured out. :)

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  25. Thank you Debbie, this is something Imust try xx

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  26. Thanks so much for this tutorial video! I have watched it before --but need to get my cards done now so finally got it out to do it! Loved it! Thanks so much!
    Sue

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  27. thanks again for this tutorial.i will have a go.

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