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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Thursday Tutorial at SSD - "Label week"- Three great tutorials

It's time for another Thursday Tutorial here at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog. This week the challenge at FCCB is #95 – Label It!
Create a project using a label shape other than a plain circle (i.e., use a scalloped shape)
I actually found some great You Tube videos and a tutorial that I thought you would find helpful for using labels and die cuts.
How many of us forget some of the features on our die cut machines? How about The center cut feature?
On this video you will find a great tutorial all the way from England reminding you how to use the Center Cut. In this case it is around a picture but no reason you can't use it around sentiments too.
Center cut around an image- from You Tube Susy Dan www.craftysusy.blogspot.com

The second video is for those who have an Imagine.
How to print a sentiment with the Imagine - You Tube-The Paper Boutique

and last but not least is a tutorial I saw this past week on
Printing on tags with a computer by Kate
The tutorial is for printing on manufactured tags but could be used with Die cut tags also.
I hope you will find one or all of these tutorials helpful. Maybe you will even want to try one of the techniques on a project this week for the Label it Challenge. I hope you will join us for the challenge this week. Happy Craftin!

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  1. Thank you for the tutorials!

  2. Oh wow, these are great and very helpful! Thank you for sharing these!
    Beth W.

  3. Thanks for sharing these videos! My Create has Center Point, and I've never used it! Silly me! Will now have to try it out!!

  4. Great tutorials Suzanne! Thank you for sharing.


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