I am back with another video tutorial today. For those of you who have no interest in the digital aspects of paper crafting, I know this must be a little boring. But for many of you, learning how to utilize MDS in conjunction with your Silhouette Cameo will open an entirely new world of possibilities. I know some of you are craving more because you should see the emails that are coming in. Not everyone has a Silhouette...some of you have other brands of cutters. But I would almost bet that you can take the things I am teaching you and make it work for you too. So I will keep the video tutorials coming at least until I have covered the basics. I will try to weave a few stamping projects into my blog posts so that the rest of you have some eye candy to keep you satisified.
I am trying to keep my videos as fast-paced as possible. Unfortunately running the Silhouette Software and the screen capture software at the same time really slows things down. I have edited out some of the dead spaces in order to keep things interesting. I have also been struggling with my seasonal allergies, so if I sound a little stuffed, that's why.
In today's video I will show you how to import your MDS card stock and dsp into the Silhouette Studio software. This will come in handy when you want to utilize the print and cut feature of your Silhouette Cameo. Oh, and BTW, I am definitely not an expert on this. I am just a crafty gal who has taught herself some of this cool stuff and I thought I would share it all with a few thousand of my closest friends. And of course, I would love to be your Stampin' Up! demonstrator if you don't already work with someone...just sayin'!