Friday, April 11, 2014

Q&A time!

I thought it might be fun if I answered a few reader questions instead of always yammering on and on.

So, here is what I need to know: Do you have any questions you want answered?? It can be anything?
Silhouette Cameo related, questions about products, how to use them, ideas? Favorite fonts, sewing tips, inpiration, etc.

Do you have any comments for me about my blog - what you like, don't like to read, etc.

Ask me anything and I will do my best to answer you!

Leave me a comment and I will work your questions, comments into a blog post in the next week ! I will also choose from those who comment to win a RAK from me!


Beatrice Lawson said...

Hopefully you do have an answer for me, I have been looking at various options and I am still stumped. I have a new Cameo and would love an online class or two for beginner users. When I read complex instructions about paths and stuff I have no clue what it all means. Can you recommend a class or tutorial that starts at the beginning? That would be great! Thanks Nic!

trixiecat said...

I just want to thank you for your freebies and making so simple to download. Your freebies go right into the Silhouette software.

{VICKI} said...

I don't really have a question
I just want to say that I enjoy your blog. Just keep it up!

Sandy said...

Just found your blog and I love it! I am new to using paper with my Cameo and want to know what advice you would have for a newcomer? What tools do I need, besides my Cameo, to make some beautiful cards and scrapbook layouts? I am also wondering how to create a word in Cameo and then have it cut out all in one piece. Thanks very much for any help you can give me.

Lori said...

Hi Nicole,
I have a question about the Cameo also. Love using mine...but wondering which is the line you line the left side of your sheet plastic sheet with...the short little line or the first long line. I'm screwing up my cuts somehow. My blade seems to need a recalibration if possible. If I don't manually move the blade down and starts the cut too early. so either something is wrong with my blade and where it starts, or my plastic is not being loaded into the right spot??? so confused! thanks for any insight you might have.