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Silhouette Cameo 1 - Lots of items to cut in PicScan

flygirl555flygirl555 Member Posts: 1
I volunteered to cut out 100-day "crowns" for my kids' classes. The crowns are already printed - one crown per each 8.5 X 11 paper. I thought I had an 11 X 24 picscan mat, but I don't (not even sure if they make one).

Since I have about 50 of these to cut, what is the fastest way to cut them?

Thanks!

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  • SassyLady_LisaSassyLady_Lisa Member Posts: 1,117
    Many years ago we used the hinge method to cut items on machines that weren't made to print and cut.  Basically, place a bank sheet of cardstock, tape the edge away from the machine with painters tape, then cut.  DON'T unload the mat, but peal the cut cardstock back to the tape, take off the cut out, then position the item to be cut so that it shows through the cutout when laid back over the top.  Leave the cut cardstock hanging from the mat and send to cut.  You can find good info here.
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  • Liz_ALiz_A Member Posts: 9,699
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