Settings for Silhouette Cameo when cutting contact paper. (I did speed of 5, thickness of 3, set the blade a 1 and double cut) and it by bangsberry
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bangsberry Settings for Silhouette Cameo when cutting contact paper. (I did speed of 5, thickness of 3, set the blade a 1 and double cut) and it
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contact paper in silhouette No mat needed…I set the blade to a 1, speed to a 5 and thickness to a 5. by aileen
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aileen contact paper in silhouette No mat needed…I set the blade to a 1, speed to a 5 and thickness to a 5.
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Settings for Silhouette Cameo when cutting contact paper. by maryann
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maryann Settings for Silhouette Cameo when cutting contact paper.
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A how to for cutting craft foam with a Silhouette Cameo - includes blade settings and tips for cutting foam! #silhouettecameo #craftfoam #howto by christian
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christian A how to for cutting craft foam with a Silhouette Cameo - includes blade settings and tips for cutting foam! #silhouettecameo #craftfoam #howto
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Silhouette Settings for contact paper by maryann
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maryann Silhouette Settings for contact paper
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Absurdly Addictive Asparagus! This recipe is SO amazingly good!  Easy, full of flavor. An FYI tip from a 5 star chef:  After cutting the very bottom of your asparagus off, take your vegetable peeler, and peel  about 1/2 of the way up the stalk of asparagus, taking the top layer off (when he did it, he made the bottom look more like a spear).  For some reason, this releases sugars in the vegetable, makes it so i... by augusta
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augusta Absurdly Addictive Asparagus! This recipe is SO amazingly good! Easy, full of flavor. An FYI tip from a 5 star chef: After cutting the very bottom of your asparagus off, take your vegetable peeler, and peel about 1/2 of the way up the stalk of asparagus, taking the top layer off (when he did it, he made the bottom look more like a spear). For some reason, this releases sugars in the vegetable, makes it so i...
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cutting really long strips of paper with the silhouette cameo by maryann
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maryann cutting really long strips of paper with the silhouette cameo
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Blade and speed settings for the Cricut by jeanne
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jeanne Blade and speed settings for the Cricut
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Silhouette Cameo Cutting Tips � Settings for Cutting Different Materials � Scrap-a-Doodles' Blog by Subjects Chosen at Random
Subjects Chosen at Random
Subjects Chosen at Random Silhouette Cameo Cutting Tips � Settings for Cutting Different Materials � Scrap-a-Doodles' Blog
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Using contact paper to assist in cutting fabric in the Silhouette Cameo... Love this idea!! by maryann
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maryann Using contact paper to assist in cutting fabric in the Silhouette Cameo... Love this idea!!
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Using contact paper to assist in cutting fabric in the Silhouette Cameo... Love this idea!! by lantern_green
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lantern_green Using contact paper to assist in cutting fabric in the Silhouette Cameo... Love this idea!!
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Using contact paper instead of vinyl in the Silhouette Cameo! This will save me a lot of money! by maryann
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maryann Using contact paper instead of vinyl in the Silhouette Cameo! This will save me a lot of money!
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I did it!! directions: copy photos on a laser printer, transfer to contact paper, soak in warm water, rub the paper off, let it dry, and by aileen
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aileen I did it!! directions: copy photos on a laser printer, transfer to contact paper, soak in warm water, rub the paper off, let it dry, and
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Keeping it Simple: Silhouette CAMEO 101- Using an SD card for printing/cutting when not hooked up to a computer. by maryann
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maryann Keeping it Simple: Silhouette CAMEO 101- Using an SD card for printing/cutting when not hooked up to a computer.
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Ingredients 4 1/2 cups all-purpose flour , sifted 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) unsalted butter , at room temperature 2 1/2 cups sugar 6 large eggs , at room temperature 3 cups milk 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups sugar 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder , preferably Dutch process 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter , cut up 1 can (12 ounces) evaporated milk 1 tablespoon vanilla extract Pecan halves, for garnish Directions Position racks in the center and bottom third of the oven and preheat to 375°. Lightly butter four 8 1/2- to 9-inch cake pans (you will bake the cakes in three batches) and line the bottoms with rounds of parchment paper. Flour the pans and tap out the excess. To make the layers, sift together the sifted flour, baking powder and salt. Sift the mixture one more time, and set aside. Beat the butter and sugar in the bowl of a heavy-duty electric mixer fitted with the paddle blade on high speed until light in color and texture, about 3 minutes. Beat in the eggs, one at a time. Scrape down the bowl and be sure the mixture is well-blended. On low speed, add the flour in 3 additions, alternating with 2 additions of the milk, beginning and ending with the flour, and beat until smooth, scraping down the sides of the bowl often with a rubber spatula. Beat in the vanilla. Using a scant cup for each layer, spread the batter evenly in the pans. It will make a thin layer. Staggering the pans on the racks so they are at least 2 inches from each other and the sides of the oven and not directly over each other, bake the layers until they feel firm when pressed in the centers and are beginning to pull away from the sides of the pans, about 12 minutes. Cool in the pans for 5 minutes. Invert the layers onto cake racks, remove the parchment paper, and cool completely. Wash and prepare the pans. Repeat the procedure until all 12 layers have been baked and cooled. To make the icing, bring the sugar, cocoa, butter and evaporated milk to a full boil in a large saucepan. Reduce the heat to medium-low and cook until the icing has thickened slightly (it will resemble chocolate syrup but will thicken as it cools), about 3 minutes. Stir in the vanilla. Let the icing cool until thick enough to spread, but still pourable. Place a layer of cake on a wire rack set over a jelly-roll pan. Spread with a few tablespoons of the icing, letting the excess run down the sides. Stack the remaining cakes, icing each layer. Pour the remaining icing over the top of the cake. If you wish, smooth the icing on the edges to cover the sides. Place pecan halves around the top perimeter of the cake. Let stand until the glaze sets. (The cake is best served the day it is made. To store, cover loosely with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 1 day.) Recommended technique: If you buy inexpensive aluminum foil cake pans at the grocery store (they can be saved for another time as well), you will be able to knock out layers in no time. And no washing between baking!.. by my escape
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my escape Ingredients 4 1/2 cups all-purpose flour , sifted 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) unsalted butter , at room temperature 2 1/2 cups sugar 6 large eggs , at room temperature 3 cups milk 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3 cups sugar 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder , preferably Dutch process 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter , cut up 1 can (12 ounces) evaporated milk 1 tablespoon vanilla extract Pecan halves, for garnish Directions Position racks in the center and bottom third of the oven and preheat to 375°. Lightly butter four 8 1/2- to 9-inch cake pans (you will bake the cakes in three batches) and line the bottoms with rounds of parchment paper. Flour the pans and tap out the excess. To make the layers, sift together the sifted flour, baking powder and salt. Sift the mixture one more time, and set aside. Beat the butter and sugar in the bowl of a heavy-duty electric mixer fitted with the paddle blade on high speed until light in color and texture, about 3 minutes. Beat in the eggs, one at a time. Scrape down the bowl and be sure the mixture is well-blended. On low speed, add the flour in 3 additions, alternating with 2 additions of the milk, beginning and ending with the flour, and beat until smooth, scraping down the sides of the bowl often with a rubber spatula. Beat in the vanilla. Using a scant cup for each layer, spread the batter evenly in the pans. It will make a thin layer. Staggering the pans on the racks so they are at least 2 inches from each other and the sides of the oven and not directly over each other, bake the layers until they feel firm when pressed in the centers and are beginning to pull away from the sides of the pans, about 12 minutes. Cool in the pans for 5 minutes. Invert the layers onto cake racks, remove the parchment paper, and cool completely. Wash and prepare the pans. Repeat the procedure until all 12 layers have been baked and cooled. To make the icing, bring the sugar, cocoa, butter and evaporated milk to a full boil in a large saucepan. Reduce the heat to medium-low and cook until the icing has thickened slightly (it will resemble chocolate syrup but will thicken as it cools), about 3 minutes. Stir in the vanilla. Let the icing cool until thick enough to spread, but still pourable. Place a layer of cake on a wire rack set over a jelly-roll pan. Spread with a few tablespoons of the icing, letting the excess run down the sides. Stack the remaining cakes, icing each layer. Pour the remaining icing over the top of the cake. If you wish, smooth the icing on the edges to cover the sides. Place pecan halves around the top perimeter of the cake. Let stand until the glaze sets. (The cake is best served the day it is made. To store, cover loosely with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 1 day.) Recommended technique: If you buy inexpensive aluminum foil cake pans at the grocery store (they can be saved for another time as well), you will be able to knock out layers in no time. And no washing between baking!..
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*A 2x4. Cut pieces as follows: (1) 5 inch piece, (1) 4 inch piece and (2) 3 inch pieces.  *3/4 thick MDF. I used some scraps I had for the hat  *Ribbon for the scarf  *Mod Podge scrapbook paper on the hat.  *permanent marker for the face and scrapbook paper for the carrot nose  *glue it all together with Gorilla Glue. by emilia
emilia
emilia *A 2x4. Cut pieces as follows: (1) 5 inch piece, (1) 4 inch piece and (2) 3 inch pieces. *3/4 thick MDF. I used some scraps I had for the hat *Ribbon for the scarf *Mod Podge scrapbook paper on the hat. *permanent marker for the face and scrapbook paper for the carrot nose *glue it all together with Gorilla Glue.
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Painted Therapy: Subway Art with the Silhouette Cameo and contact paper by Subjects Chosen at Random
Subjects Chosen at Random
Subjects Chosen at Random Painted Therapy: Subway Art with the Silhouette Cameo and contact paper
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Cutting a stencil with the silhouette cameo by Valerie Lindenskov
Valerie Lindenskov
Valerie Lindenskov Cutting a stencil with the silhouette cameo
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Painted Therapy: Subway Art with the Silhouette Cameo and contact paper by suzana
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suzana Painted Therapy: Subway Art with the Silhouette Cameo and contact paper
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YONGNUO YN-568 EX  For NikonYONGNUO YN-568 EX  For Nikon Compatible Devices   Color temperature of 5600K Power settings from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 stop increments Power saving settings Wide-angle diffusion panel and reflector card built-in Flash will fire continuously for 1 second when depth-of-field button is pressed for modeling light function LCD panel for viewing and changing settings Metal hot shoe Audio status indicators Add wireless flash and high-speed sync to your lighting arsenal with the YN-568EX Speedlite fromYongnuo. This powerful unit is compatible with Nikon cameras that have i-TTL control. It features a guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm for illuminating your subject along with a zoom head with coverage from 24-105mm. Also, the flash can tilt from -7 to 90?? and rotates 270?? for versatility in bouncing your light. This unit is capable of wireless slave TTL functionality when used with other flashes. The YN-568EX is portable by running on 4 AA batteries and it can recycle in approximately 3 seconds. Other features packed into this flash include 2nd-curtain sync and a multi-mode. Additionally, it has a PC sync port for remote triggering and comes with a carrying case and stand. by Top-product
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Top-product YONGNUO YN-568 EX For NikonYONGNUO YN-568 EX For Nikon Compatible Devices Color temperature of 5600K Power settings from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 stop increments Power saving settings Wide-angle diffusion panel and reflector card built-in Flash will fire continuously for 1 second when depth-of-field button is pressed for modeling light function LCD panel for viewing and changing settings Metal hot shoe Audio status indicators Add wireless flash and high-speed sync to your lighting arsenal with the YN-568EX Speedlite fromYongnuo. This powerful unit is compatible with Nikon cameras that have i-TTL control. It features a guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm for illuminating your subject along with a zoom head with coverage from 24-105mm. Also, the flash can tilt from -7 to 90?? and rotates 270?? for versatility in bouncing your light. This unit is capable of wireless slave TTL functionality when used with other flashes. The YN-568EX is portable by running on 4 AA batteries and it can recycle in approximately 3 seconds. Other features packed into this flash include 2nd-curtain sync and a multi-mode. Additionally, it has a PC sync port for remote triggering and comes with a carrying case and stand.
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Photo Paper Cut Settings for Silhouette by TomiSchlusz
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TomiSchlusz Photo Paper Cut Settings for Silhouette
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No pattern except for a brown circle (for the head) and a red circle (for that big ol' nose). The rest we just did it step by step together using a sheet of brown construction paper (cut a rectangle for the neck, cut strips for the arms and antlers, etc.) I love how they all turned out so different...and so darn cute. by mamie
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mamie No pattern except for a brown circle (for the head) and a red circle (for that big ol' nose). The rest we just did it step by step together using a sheet of brown construction paper (cut a rectangle for the neck, cut strips for the arms and antlers, etc.) I love how they all turned out so different...and so darn cute.
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Make your own 'vinyl' lettering by gluing cute scrapbook paper onto contact paper and then run through the Silhouette Cameo for your design! by Jawana Harris
Jawana Harris
Jawana Harris Make your own 'vinyl' lettering by gluing cute scrapbook paper onto contact paper and then run through the Silhouette Cameo for your design!
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1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by stefanofff
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stefanofff 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
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1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by aracelipama
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aracelipama 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
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SewNso's Sewing Journal: Cutting fabric & felt with the Silhouette ill be glad I pinned this for me to use my cameo when I get into sewing more by florine
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florine SewNso's Sewing Journal: Cutting fabric & felt with the Silhouette ill be glad I pinned this for me to use my cameo when I get into sewing more
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Stencil with Contact Paper. Yes… I think I have finally perfected it.  I have now cut many stencils on Contact Paper using these settings and have had success each time.  So, I thought I would share. by valerie.f.parsons
valerie.f.parsons
valerie.f.parsons Stencil with Contact Paper. Yes… I think I have finally perfected it. I have now cut many stencils on Contact Paper using these settings and have had success each time. So, I thought I would share.
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These are the best finger food ever!!! greenbean bundles  these are carlee's favorite!   this is my adapted recipe and i always double it and they eat them all!  3 cans whole green beans, drained  1 pound bacon, cut in half   1/2 cup butter, melted  1 cup brown sugar  1 teaspoon garlic salt   Preheat oven to 350 degrees Line a 9x13 pan with foil.    combine sugar, butter and garlic salt and set aside.  cut bacon slices in 1/2 lay out on cutting by aileen
aileen
aileen These are the best finger food ever!!! greenbean bundles these are carlee's favorite! this is my adapted recipe and i always double it and they eat them all! 3 cans whole green beans, drained 1 pound bacon, cut in half 1/2 cup butter, melted 1 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon garlic salt Preheat oven to 350 degrees Line a 9x13 pan with foil. combine sugar, butter and garlic salt and set aside. cut bacon slices in 1/2 lay out on cutting
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cut out card inspiration using a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine by Maiden11976
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Maiden11976 cut out card inspiration using a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine
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How did I make this?  Well first I sent hubby down to Home Depot to get some Drain Spout, it came in a white PVC material and was less than $10 for about a 12 foot length.  I measured my markers and decided that I wanted them to stick out a bit, so I had him cut the spout in to 5 1/2" pieces.  Then I used some contact cement to glue them together and some spray paint (cause white just is NOT my color, lol!). by jana
jana
jana How did I make this?  Well first I sent hubby down to Home Depot to get some Drain Spout, it came in a white PVC material and was less than $10 for about a 12 foot length.  I measured my markers and decided that I wanted them to stick out a bit, so I had him cut the spout in to 5 1/2" pieces.  Then I used some contact cement to glue them together and some spray paint (cause white just is NOT my color, lol!).
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Silhouette Cameo SILH-BLADE33T Blade for Digital Cutting MachinesSilhouette Cameo SILH-BLADE33T Blade for Digital Cutting Machines by topprice
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