Sunday, April 26, 2009

Video tutorials--freezer paper for stencil painting and using dry wall tape to transfer your cuts

Check out these two videos. In the first one, a 13 year old from Clever Someday blog is giving a tutorial on how to cut freezer paper stencils with your Cricut machine and use them to paint designs on t-shirts. Clever would be the right word!

In this video, also from Clever Someday, it's showing you how to transfer letters from your Cricut mat to your project in perfect alignment using drywall tape (magic mesh). Cool!

Thanks to the Scrapcation Getaway blog for turning me on to these neat videos!

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