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    Silhouette Craft cutter

    The gift my wife and I got each other this year is a craft cutter made by Silhouette. Just wanted to show off some of the things it can do.

    http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/shop/machines/cameo

    She cut out some letters to hang from card stock, it does a clean cut and good amount of detail with minimal clean up of the cut...
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    Today I was playing with some vinyl transfer to the beer totes I've been making. This one is going to my brother.
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    Last edited by Darren Wright; 12-26-2014 at 10:15 PM.
    Darren

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    Oh wow! Very cool. You got it up and running in no time. The beer tote transfers are great.

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    Very cool. What a neat gizmo.
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    Hmm, leather and fabric as well.. interesting...

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    Oooh yeah
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    I thought the Wright Bros did airplanes.... maybe after they had a few brews??/ here hold my beer and watch this... /

    I do like the Kokopelli...
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    Hmmm...that tote looks like I may have seen it before.
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    Kokopelli?? I thought that was a guy trying to open a bottle with his teeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Kokopelli?? I thought that was a guy trying to open a bottle with his teeth
    Perhaps I should print a red vinyl sticker of a circle and a line through it to place over that little guy.
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Perhaps I should print a red vinyl sticker of a circle and a line through it to place over that little guy.
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