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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Halloween Scene with my Gypsy!!

K I should be in bed, I'm getting up at 5:30 (it's 11:23pm). Because it's so late for me I'm only posting a pic of my design DRAWN with cricut markers. I will post a pic for sure when I cut it in vinyl!!!!! I PROMISE

I just had to share! I even woke my hubby up to show him! LOL!
I played around all night with this.....I wanted to design something I could cut out in vinyl to adhere to the glass on my door for Halloween....I know the cobweb didn't turn out....but I'm moving it anyway. I'm hoping the welding for flipped images comes soon, I REALLY could have used that tonight....there are A LOT of things i didn't add because we don't have that yet....but we will

A few notes:
*11 objects on a 12x24mat
*all items were UNGROUPED to start
*I started right to left, bottom to top finishing with the frame for welding ALL 11
IMAGES together
*Preview button (eye) was EXTREMELY SLOW but IT DID WORK. I just had to be
patient for it to load (were talking close to 3 minutes)
*After checking to see if the welding was ok (I missed the cobweb oops!) I pushed
*The cutting stage took the longest, I wanted to panic, but I didn't touch my G or
my E. Instead I pulled out a magazine and looked at all the pretty x-mas cards
I was going to scraplift!
*after about 5 minutes it started to draw (cut) my vinyl design

It was a lengthly process but it did happen~I'm hoping future updates WILL increase load and preview times but for the most part my design did work


~BridgetL~ said...

WOW that looks so cool. I can't wait to see it cut out.

Leanne said...

I love it! Can't wait to see the actual cut! I haven't played around my G enough to get familiar with it but hopefully will learn it soon. It just seems easier when I'm at home to go to DS (the screen is bigger) but I'm sure it will come in handy when I am away!

Sherry said...

And it was worth the time and effort! It is awesome!

Anonymous said...



Wow this is so neat!!! Happy Thanksgiving, sweetie pie!