Di Turner has prepared the second in a series of tutorials using the fab new Silhouette from Quickutz. You can find it here. A permanent link to each of the tutorials can also be found in the sidebar. This chapter is all about turning your ordinary fonts into cursive script - or joined up writing - so that this cool machine can cut out your words in one piece, rather than individual letters.
The official line is it can't be done - but Di says it can! If you have or are thinking of buying a Quickutz Silhouette, these tutorials are invaluable.
Quickutz's library of Digital Designs is growing at an amazing pace. This month they're introducing boxes, cartons, folders, flowers and more! If you are a QuicKutz user who's loved some of their discontinued shapes, a select few are now available to download as Digital Designs for your Silhouette.
Here are some of the newly released very cool templates you can create using your Silhouette. You can find the full range here.