I can’t believe it’s been three months since I’ve posted here.
I’m disappointed in myself. I’m back now, though, with a new Silhouette Cameo Freebie today and two more on the way.
I’ve put together a little video to show most of the process of turning the JPEG images in the zip folder into a fun Fourth of July flag banner. I did forget the voice-over portion where I remind you to hit the gold mirror with an iron or heat press- did you know you could use HTV and similar products on your paper projects? Yeah, yeah, yeah. I’m sure there’s some gold self-adhesive, but I got such a great price on a little gold mirror I wanted to explore what all I could do with it. And I love it, by the way!
If you iron it on don’t forget to cover it with a piece of printer paper or other projective item to make sure you don’t melt the transfer sheet to your iron. That would be bad!
I’m going to be working on moving more of my content to video/recorded content rather than written content. I need to remember to include more of that over here at my blog for those who aren’t following my YouTube efforts, I’m just forgetful.
Anyway! On to the show! Today’s freebie is a zip download containing two .studio3 files. One file has an American flag, a USA graphic and a vector star for you to print and cut. They are designed to be used for a hanging 4th of July banner.
The other file contains the USA graphic and the star in vector, broken down to be used in layering projects. You could also just scale it, print it and use it in whatever you wanted. I used this file to create a t-shirt for my six year old son, who is really into ‘U! S! A!’ at this time. Because of the fact that I forgot to mirror my first two cuts, it has the USA group twice, one of them mirrored for HTV use. You’re welcome ; )
Have a happy holiday, my American friends, and be safe!
These files are provided for personal use only and are not to be redistributed without express permission from Echo S., Echoia.com & EchoStenger.com.