19 September 2010

Drawing and cutting out a digi stamp or doodlebat with the Cricut

I have created another video tutorial for y'all. This teaches you how to use a digital stamp (you can download lots of them for free) and your Cri-Kits (or other brand) pens, along with your Cricut to draw and cut out your image. I also show you how to do virtually the same thing but instead of a digital stamp, using a doodlebat Font (I used DB Monster from Lettering Delights). I hope that someone uses this technique and makes something! If so let me know!!


If anyone knows how to focus a Kodak Zi8 video camera, please let me know, I can't find the stupid book! Sorry about the blurry video!!
Links:
Lettering Delights (for the Doodlebats)
Cri-Kits Pens
Sure Cuts A Lot 2 Software

8 comments:

Rita said...

Your video is awesome..I am doing this now...thanks so much for sharing this with us....woo hoo something new to try out.

Paula said...

This ROCKS! I have the pens but hadn't used them, so I used them for the first time while watching your video - LOVE IT!! Thanks sooo much for doing this....can't wait for your next video!!

OmaG said...

Tammy see if this link works for you.
http://www.kodak.com/global/plugins/acrobat/en/service/manuals/urg01034/Zi8_xUG_GLB_en.pdf

Shoshi said...

Tammy, this is great! Thanks so much for doing this tutorial - I've saved it in my Youtube favs for future reference for when I get my Cricut. This is just the sort of thing I'm wanting to do! I love the way the pens work, and then being able to cut them out too, is cool.

Christina said...

awesome Tammy!!! Thank-you for sharing this.

JustYolie said...

HI Tammy, your video was very informative!! Thank you!

PatriciaC said...

Hi Tammy, I really like your video and as I am new to all this everything I can see done visually is a big help :). I love the Sure cuts alot program and I am amazed at all the things that can be done with ease with it.
My cricut is the older one but I will be stepping up to the expressions soon. I am also helping to raise my grand daughter so time is sparce sometimes but as I am a crafter by nature I work it in where I can. I very much appreciate your video. It was very easy to understand the steps you where using. A big Thank you for shareing with us.

Anonymous said...

I never comment on blogs, but this one is awesome! Thanks.