Maybe you’re like me. You got a Silhouette for Christmas, cut a few items, and then promptly returned to your old scrapbooking processes.
It can be a challenge to integrate a new tool into your workflow. In this post I’m sharing one simple way to use cut files that doesn’t require a lot of extra thought: scrapbook page titles.
In the layout above, a sneak peek from our August membership collection, I cut my title into the foundation card stock and then backed it with patterned paper. The effect is dramatic and eye-catching, but using cut files for page titles doesn’t always require advance planning.
The layouts above and below have similar titles, both cut from kraft card stock. In fact, I cut them from the same sheet. Piecing a title from individual letters is a little more difficult but it helped to save the original card stock to offer an idea of placement and proximity.
What is your favorite way to use the Silhouette die cut machine?