Tuesday, October 18, 2011

E2 video: Using scraps of paper for layering!

Hey guys! Today’s tutorial is about using scraps of paper for making a layered image and putting the paper where is needs to be on the mat so that you can cut it all out at once. I hope you like it!!!


  1. Your amazing! Thank you, thank you, thank you! Your last tip on making sure we cut our images all the same direction is worth its weight in gold. Best tip I've gotten yet. God bless you and your family. Keep up the good work.

  2. I just watched all of your E2 videos and they were a ton of help. My mom just got hers yesterday and we were playing with it all day today. You helped me figure out some things! Thank you.

    I have a question we have been trying to figure out. Lets say we want to cut the layers of a snowman. It cuts the carrot nose and two oval cheeks for the layer. Is there any way to pick the layer and then remove the oval cheeks so that it only cuts the carrot nose? I always end up with extra pieces I don't need because my oval cheeks need to be cut separate on pink paper so I end up throwing away orange ovals when I am cutting the nose! Is there an easy way around this so we aren't wasting paper or do we just keep trashing all of the extras we don't need? THANK YOU!