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Silhouette CAMEO Paper Tutorial: Do's and Don'ts When Cutting Paper

You guys! I'm doing something today I rarely do - and that is guest posting on another blog! I'm so thrilled and honored that one of the most successful and popular designers (not to mention the sweetest) in the Silhouette Design Store - Lori Whitlock - has allowed me to take over her blog!  I'm over there today sharing my do's and don'ts for cutting paper with Silhouette CAMEO and Portrait. 

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So to find out my best tips and practices for cutting paper with Silhouette head on over to Lori's blog...where Silhouette School has set up shop for the day!



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  1. Thank you for this, I'm a paper crafter and these tips are going to be very helpful.

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