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Old 03-31-2010, 12:27
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what kind of paper do you use?? i tryed making one for my dd's 1st birthday and i kept having trouble with it pulling up on the ends even if i taped it. and i watched a youtube video that said dont do it fabric side up so i was doing it like she said.... i ended up getting it to work but it was just a cupcake and no #1 so im going to try this!!! thanks
If you have the big cricut you can do it fabric side down and use one of the functions that reverses the picture. With the little one, you have to do it face up.
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Old 03-31-2010, 04:20
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You may want to try using a cardstock paper. I have done with plain paper too, but the cardstock acts as a stabilizer and I tape the paper with the fabric to the mat.


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what kind of paper do you use?? i tryed making one for my dd's 1st birthday and i kept having trouble with it pulling up on the ends even if i taped it. and i watched a youtube video that said dont do it fabric side up so i was doing it like she said.... i ended up getting it to work but it was just a cupcake and no #1 so im going to try this!!! thanks

If it is a letter you will need to use a "mirror" function or something like that to reverse it so it doesn't come out backwards.
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Old 03-31-2010, 04:46
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thats a great tip....lol thanks so much!!! im going to have to go try that!
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