Let's talk about crafting supplies for a second! It is no secret that DCWV inc. is one of my favorite manufacturer's of paper. No scratch that, they are my favorite! I would say 90% of the paper I own is from DCWV. So when I found out they were coming out with a new line of stacks AND double sided at that, I had to run to Joann's and buy me some!
I find that the double sided stacks saves on paper waste and I am able to get coordinating projects out of fewer sheets as well. This set of cards for example is from oh about 6 sheets of paper. When normally it would take double that.
I started with these three sheets from the 'Wild & Fancy' stack.
This press is easy to use. Line up your stamp on the belly of the mechanism
I grabbed my Silhouette tools to help aid in removing excess stickiness
My most used crafting tool would definitely be one of my Silhouette machines. Currently Towanda, my Cameo 3, is banging out all the work!
One of the new features on the Cameo 3 that got me excited is the double carriage. The Curio has this feature and I use it all the time when using that machine.
The double carriage allows you to cut and draw, score, etch and more at the same time. The pen is a Pigma Micron and is used with the aid of the pen adjustment tool.
With the Silhouette Studio (Designers Edition) comes the ability to make and use SVG Files.
And today's files are from Scrappy Dew's Medical Palz set.
I like to cut everything out on the mat to help keep me more organized when I am doing multiple files at once.