How many of you use digital products for paper scrapbooking? Cameo?

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Posted 4/10/2013 by peasacake in General Scrappin'


PeaNut 385,172
July 2008
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Posted: 4/10/2013 5:21:11 PM
How many of you print and cut digital elements with your cameo or scissors? Has anyone thought/not thought of doing that? What do you use the most of?

I'm a blog contributor for a digital scrapbook designer and I was wondering if there are paper scrappers out there using their products for hybrid and how many were here. I know tons of you use Ali Edwards word art, but what about digital elements like badges/flair, doodles, banners, tags, ect?

I just got my Cameo and I love the print and cut function. There were these cut little foxes in a digital kit and I cut them out. So adorbs! I'm also finding that I can use the print/cut option when I don't have an element that would help my layout. Badges/flair is so expensive, I have been using the digital ones and they look fantastic. I even use glossy accents sometimes and it looks even better.

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PeaNut 124,557
January 2004
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Loc: eastern NC

Posted: 4/10/2013 8:07:00 PM
I use a lot of digital elements to make my own journaling cards. I sometimes use other things: banners, flags, or circle shapes by printing and punching or cutting. I usually stick to things with basic cuts that would look like labels or stickers. I've been too skeered to try any print and cut with my silhouette yet.



PeaNut 478,124
August 2010
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Posted: 4/10/2013 9:27:55 PM
Interesting that you ask this.....during the 2Ps digi sale I purchased some flair and I am planning to print and cut with cameo for pages. I love the print and cut feature--super easy to use and one of the main reason I got the Cameo in the first place



PeaNut 421,090
April 2009
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Posted: 4/10/2013 9:32:32 PM
I use my digital images with the Cameo a lot. I use the trace tool, and print & cut features. I use titles, and numerous other die cuts.

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PeaNut 385,172
July 2008
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Posted: 4/10/2013 9:41:32 PM
I swear I don't know it was digi sale time. I was curious after a chat we had last night and wanted to ask my paper peas, swear.

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PeaNut 30,589
February 2002
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Posted: 4/11/2013 7:57:34 AM
I just got mine so I am just doing basics .Can't wait to learn more

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PeaNut 212,849
July 2005
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Posted: 4/11/2013 7:46:11 PM
I do a lot of hybrid cards in my PL album. On weeks where I need to play catch up, I find that it saves time to put together a digital card to print rather than pulling out all of my paper supplies. Paper still has my heart but I enjoy mixing it up with digital elements.

I just recently got a Cameo and am looking forward to using the print and cut feature!

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June 2004
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Posted: 4/11/2013 8:48:32 PM
I've used a lot of digital papers since I started my pl. I've also used the sketch pens for designs and journaling. I've used print & cut for elements and have used paper for the cards.

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March 2006
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Posted: 4/12/2013 9:08:39 AM
I use a ton of digital elements with my Cameo. In fact, now when I look through digital shops, the first thing I think of is how well it will cut! I also have loaded a bunch of my digital papers to use as patterns with my Cameo. I didn't like a lot of the pre-loaded ones within the Studio software, so I deleted them and loaded my own!

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