I am back with another tutorial. Today's video teaches you how to use MDS2 software and the Print & Cut feature on your electronic cutter to create fun and easy paper crafting projects. Here I made a napkin ring by attaching my cut artwork to a strip of card stock. I used the Tweet Leaves Digital Stamp Brush that is available for download. I am not sure exactly how this process works for all e-cutters, but this video takes you step-by-step on how I did it on my Silhouette Cameo. I used Silhouette Studio Designer Edition, but I am fairly certain this will work with the standard software that is included with the machine. Let me just say again that I am certainly not an expert on this, but I thought I would share what I have learned so far. (NOTE: I want to clarify that you use your own home printer to print the artwork. It is necessary to add the registration marks beforehand. Then when you put the printed artwork on your cutting mat and place it in the machine, the electronic eye will recognize the registration marks and know exactly where to cut.)
I know that digital paper crafting isn't for everyone. But if you are comfortable with your computer and especially if you love using your MDS2 software, then I am confident you can master using an electronic cutter.