When you open the shape in Silhouette studio, you’ll notice a couple of things that are a bit different. There is a small image of the completed page which is there just for reference. Also, in addition to the regular cut shapes, there are a couple of sketch shapes which are intended to be used with the Silhouette sketch pens.
When cutting and assembling this page, here is a quick tip to get you started…
I used the Silhouette Portrait™ to cut and sketch all of my shapes, so after opening the shape I changed my page and mat to letter size. Then, I cut the small circles and sketched the arrow on my 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of cardstock. Then as I cut all of the other shapes I referred to the thumbnail and used the circles/arrow as a guide for placing them on my page.
Another quick note… when sketching inside a regular cut shape like the circle in the photo below, be sure not to unload your mat between cutting and sketching. That way your machine will cut/sketch in the right spot each time. Yay!