Today I’m sharing my crafty stash for Creepy Crafty Days! Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any videos this month. You can join the Crafty Club for even more spooky fun this month! 🙂 Thanks for watching!
S H O P T H E P O S T
~ Scary Harry Halloween collection: https://www.popfizzpaper.com/collections/printables
~ Papercakes Shop: https://shop.serenabee.com/
~ Amazon supply list: http://bit.ly/CCDSupplies
~ StudioL2e: https://www.studiol2e.com/
~ Sweet Stamp Shop: https://sweetstampshop.com/
~*~ WHAT I USE TO PRINT/CUT MY DIGITAL ITEMS ~*~
~ The printer I use: http://amzn.to/2hn9ecw
~ The paper I use: http://amzn.to/2yKhGKi
~ The paper trimmer I use: http://amzn.to/2hhLQJO
~ Silhouette Portrait: http://amzn.to/2hn9OHe
~ Cricut Explore Air 2: http://amzn.to/2ynlKf5
~ My favorite fussy cutting scissors: http://amzn.to/2zwfNxV
~*~ PRINTING TIPS ~*~
~ Download the files and unzip them to access. If you can’t find the files, try searching your computer for “ac_”.
~ For diecuts, I pull the the images up in my cutting software and edit them for size and arrangement.
~ For papers, I pull the patterns into Photoshop.
~ Before printing, select the highest photo printing quality settings possible on your printer. I typically choose the best glossy paper option on the highest print quality setting (it lays down more ink and makes a richer print even though I use matte paper). Personally, I would rather use a little more ink to get a better print, but the choice is up to you. 🙂
~ Make sure the scale is set to 100%.
~ Make the borderless option turned on.
~ Printed colors may vary slightly depending on your printer, paper, settings, etc.
~ I’m not able to provide more tech support than what is listed above, but Google and Youtube are your friends!