Friday, November 13, 2009
I helped my mother in law make this to for a wedding shower. I think it is cute and quite addictive to make. Who doesn't like a personalized notebook and ribbon?
I used the cricut to cut hello kitty out of fondant. I have heard of ladies doing this on cricut boards so I just had to try it. Ladies advised to put gum-tex with the fondant to help it dry so that is what I did. I set my machine on slow speed and low pressure with my blade at a 6. It cut pretty good. What do you think?
Thursday, November 12, 2009
I have cut a few images for Jody's birthday. The group of 3 was cut at 4 3/4" and the hello kitty balloons and cake were both cut at 11 1/2". I like to use some sort of embellishments for the bows or small areas. I used brads today. When I cut her I always use a piece of yellow to layer behind the spot for her nose. I just don't like the little dot that is suppose to be used.
Posted by Heather Reitsma at 8:02 AM
I am just learning and playing with scal2 and I am trying to get everything just right but OMG it takes some practice. I do find it fun, alot more enjoyable than I thought I would. So, here is a santa face that I have been playing with. I do wish that I could figure out how to create my own but I am not that techincal nor creative. I hope you enjoy this.
Posted by Heather Reitsma at 7:12 AM
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
I am not sure this will work but I am going to give it a try. I have made a super simple .scut file for this Ballerina Hello Kitty coloring book page. I hope that you are able to use it.