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Silhouette Adventures: Making Stencils

I’ve been doing more experimenting with our new Silhouette Cameo and discovering waysIMG_1297 that my colleagues will be able to use it. One of our upcoming Yom HaAtzmaut projects is decorating challah covers for lone soldiers in Israel and we wanted to create stencils for the students to use.

Enter the Silhouette!

I created a series of shapes and words for the students to put on the challah covers and we used the Silhouette to cut them out of laminated thin cardstock. This is a cost effective (even with the laminating) way to provide custom stencils. We were able to get four stencils out of each piece of paper.

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April 13, 2016 - Posted by | Silhouette CAMEO, Uncategorized | , ,

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