I have been waiting oh so patiently for the right time to use my new PixScan mat, and today was the day! Guiseppa here and I used the my Silhouette Sketch Pens to create this title and frame. Then I took a picture of these shapes on the PixScan mat with my iPhone and used the PixScan technology in the Silhouette studio software to cut them out. It worked out perfectly.
My head is now swimming with ideas of how I can use the PixScan technology. If you haven’t seen what you can do with this mat…here is a VIDEO on YOU TUBE that will for sure get the wheels turning in your head. Also, here is a LINK to the SILHOUETTE BLOG on how to use your PixScan mat! Here are a couple more closeups of my layout.
I used the Washi Sheets to create fun little confetti stars, circles and squares…just for an added touch. Oh, and that Fox shape…isn’t it so cute?!
So, if you haven’t had a chance to try out the new PixScan mat…do! I know that I will be using more often. Thanks for stopping in and happy cutting!
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