I know that some of you aren't really getting into this video tutorial series that I have been doing, but for those of you who are the response has been amazing. I have one more tutorial today. This one picks up where I left off a few videos ago. Today I am going to show you how to put a frame around that MDS2 artwork using the Silhouette Studio software.
This is a card that I created with the finished print and cut file. Obviously the focal image is colored in MDS2 and then cut with the Silhouette Cameo. Then I went totally traditional from there. I used the new Core'dintions Card Stock in Early Espresso (#127848) and embossed it with the Woodgrain embossing folder (#127821). I used a sanding block to reveal some of the white inner core of the cardstock. I stamped the greeting and added everything to the card with some Lucky Limeade bakers twine and a button. Since I only made a card front I was trying to figure out how to take the picture. I came up with the idea of putting it on the front of a picture frame that I had on my desk. It was really cool how it turned out.