I've been playing some with the Cameo, which is great but oh how the time flies once you start. I'm hoping I'll get a little quicker once I've got my head around all that this machine can do.
Today, I've made a series of tags using the sketch pens. I imported a png/jpg file from the Creative Market which contained a bunch of pen drawings, including wreaths and borders. I picked one of the wreaths, then using the trace feature in Studio added this to a Silhouette Studio file tag.
I used a white sketch pen to draw the wreath and in some my initial. In others I cut my initial from plain white card.
I think I prefer the ones with the white cut initial. Perhaps I would feel different if I'd used a black pen....just saying......mind you, I love white on kraft :)
These top tags measure 2 inches wide by 3-¾ inches tall. I've finished with some of Annabelle's lovely fine twine.
Now these tags, that measure a little larger, use the sketch pens to outline my tags then the initial. Or for something a bit different add a box using the sketch pens and a cut out initial......actually that box outline was a mistake so I had to cut a larger initial......but don't tell ah!!!
This last one uses the sketch pen to outline the tag, plus this sweet image which is a print and cut image from the Silhouette Store. (I've had this printed and cut since I first got my machine) The 'hello' sentiment and heart are from the stamp set pictured (Design it Yourself from Simple Stories) and stamped in Colorbox white ink. I might just use this one as a card topper.
The boss thinks we have to go and buy presents now, just so I can use these.........funny man!