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My first Silhouette cut & print



These two bunnies are from Studio Lorie's kit ,Bunnies, Bees And The Birds' Big Balloon
located here: http://shop.scrapbookgraphics.com/Bunnies-Bees-and-The-Birds-Big-Balloon-A-Spring-Collection.html
I printed them with my Epson printer & then cut them out with the Silhouette SD cutter. I always thought it would be cool to use my digital stash in hybrid projects. I have an external hard drive full of kits to play with,lol!

Comments

dawnaclark said…
Wow! this looks great! What type of paper did you print on?
MichelleMyBelle said…
Looks great Rhoda, will be looking forward to more of your projects.

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