Monday, July 14, 2008

My first stencil with Cricut

I bought the Plaid brand "blank" stencils to see if Cricut would cut them. I set my Design Studio for Multi-cut 4, and this is what I got. It took a little to separate the shape from the sheet from whence it came, but the shape turned out very nicely.


Here's what it looks like in the package:



  1. I was wondering if you have cut out anymore stencils, I would like more informations on it. Have you tried any other meterial for cutting and do you know how to bridge letters for doing this?

  2. Provo Craft now has a material that is meant for stencil cutting, you may want to see if you can find it on their website. I haven't tried it yet, I don't do a lot of stencils. As far as welding, you'd have to weld something in Design Studio before you cut it on your Cricut -- that's the only way I can think of to connect letters.


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