Print and Cut Curriculum
Print and cut with Silhouette can be intimidating for beginners, but once you get the hang of it you open a whole new world of crafting. Print and cut is used for stickers, temporary tattoos, printable heat transfer, printable vinyl decals, and a whole host of paper projects. The possibilities really are only limited by your imagination! This curriculum will teach you not only the basics of print and cut so you understand the fundamentals, but then we’ll build on those skills to take full advantage of one of Silhouette’s most amazing features!
print and cut in silhouette studio v4
Learn the basics of print and cut in this step by step beginner video tutorial. From how to set up a print and cut design in Silhouette Studio to the importance of registration marks and how to print on your home printer and then cut on your Silhouette CAMEO or Portrait.
enlarging the safe print and cut space
Want to fit more on a page when printing and cutting - this video will show you exactly what (and what not) to do to guarantee you can fit more on a page while also avoiding common errors.
troubleshooting print and cut errors
Print and cut can result in a host of errors but if you know what they mean and how to troubleshoot them you’ll ultimately avoid them completely!
how to change colors of print and cut designs
Once you’ve mastered the basics of print and cut you can move on to more advanced techniques such as changing the color of pre-designed print and cut cut files. Learning this technique will give you even more flexibility to customize your Silhouette print and cut projects.
3 ways to customize print and cut designs
Want to further customize your print and cut projects even beyond changing the color? These three Silhouette Studio tricks will take your print and cut projects to the next level!
how to turn a cut files into a custom print & cut
You can turn any cut file into a print and cut design which means your design options for print and cut are virtually limitless! This video will take you through the process while giving you a firm understanding of why layer order, fill color, compound paths, and line weight are so important in print and cut.