|Posted: 6/19/2013 1:57:18 PM|I love the look of these word stickers: Jillibean Soup Wise Word Stickers
Any ideas for how to get that look without a Silhouette?
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|Posted: 6/19/2013 2:00:46 PM|
Without an electronic diecutting machine, I would imagine you could only write it out and cut it out yourself.....but I would rather spend the .99 and buy them than spend the time fussy cutting....
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|Posted: 6/19/2013 4:43:52 PM|
You can do it in Illustrator using Pathfinder.
|Posted: 6/23/2013 1:39:42 AM|Unless U already have Illustrator, it would be much cheaper to invest in a Cameo.
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|Posted: 6/23/2013 7:59:30 AM|I own a Cameo,Cricut, Slice AND a Cuttlebug but I would pay the 99c in a flash! They are cute.
Thanks for pointing them out, they are now on my wishlist.
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|Posted: 6/23/2013 8:16:07 AM|
I did it when I started on my wedding album before I got a machine. (And the font I chose is too fine to do it now (it messes up), so I STILL have to cut by hand!)
I used Word and printed in mirror image so I could print on the back side of the paper (obviously this isn't going to work for very dark paper) and then cut it out by hand.
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|Posted: 6/23/2013 10:23:41 AM|You can print a mirror image and use a craft knife to cut them out.
I've been doing that for years.
I finally hit a cameo and still have to because I don't know how to use my cameo very well yet