Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Make the Cut Beta 3.0 Print N Cut tutorial

Apparently none of my edits show up in the middle of this video, it just bleeps...I want to thank Dina, and Lisa for their files that I used in the video tutorial.
You can find them at http://treasureboxdesigns.com and http://preciouspiecings.com, they both have some awesome files and a great sale going on. If you are interested in the Make The Cut software, go to my site and click on the link at http://scrapitcmh.blogspot.com

Please leave a comment if this tutorial is helpful.  This will help to let me know if I should keep on making them. Thank you

10 comments:

Michelle said...

Hey!!! I am the first to leave a comment. I think it was a great video. Very easy to follow. The only thing is I own a baby bug and where do we find the settings info on there?

Sue said...

Thank you and yes it helped alot. I think this is something we all have to take the time to adjust. Your little people turned our great by the way.

Nubian Crafter said...

Great video and awesome project!! Can you tell me how I would change the skin color of the image? TIA

Norma said...

great tutorial, Diane! cute cut!! I haven't tried it yet, can't seem to find the time when I have enough energy to dig into it. keep making the videos, they are so helpful to all of us!

PatriciaC said...

Very helpful Tutorial. I appreciate your time and talent and your desire to share with us. I need all the tutorials I can get. LOL.

Suzzi said...

Thanks for the video to demonstrate the new feature.

1?, why did the white spot by the shoes not get cut out - it is only shape that gets cut out? I am think that is the case - dolls are cute and I am not a doll person - so tempted to get one if soccer is available. Thanks for sharing again.

dimahi said...

For Michelle, I don't think the baby bug has a setting button, so I'm thinking that if you find your cuts off a little, you may want to use your arrow keys and move it one notch, or I saw on the forum, I think it was Kay, suggested, having your blade set all the way to the left before you hit cut...an option to try.
Sue, thank you for leaving a comment.
Nubian, select your object, then your color pallet, once the pallet opens, you go to the right hand side and change your rgb codes. You can get STampin UP rgb codes online...I think their Bashful Blush color is a perfect skintone color.
Norma, thanks for the comment.
Suzzi, yes the white part of her shoe is part of her shoe, so that's why it is still in the cutout. Also, treasureboxdesigns.com does have a new soccer player, he/she is adorable.

Kris said...

Awesome tutorial! Thanks for all the tips and hints!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Julie said...

I have been looking for something like this!!! I would love a start to finish video showing how to do all the conversions and traces, etc...

Rhoda said...

This was a great tutorial! I was able to achieve better print and cut using your tutorial. I had tried another tutorial but my cutting was off.
The suggestion of changing the Cricut Expression settings seemed to have made the difference for me.
thanks, Rhoda