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PS...How stinkin' adorable are they, by the way?! You gotta see how I used them!
Okay anyway...start by purchasing the bundle and downloading the individual PNG or EPS files to your computer. You can then drag and drop the PNG version into Silhouette Studio or use the File > Open method. I would recommend, if you are saving the entire set, that you place all of the designs onto the same work area so you can save as a set.
TIP: If you need more help on how to open and use graphic packs like these in Silhouette Studio check out this Silhouette tutorial.
Now you're going to want to use the Trace and Detach method to trace the designs so you can generate cut lines around each element.
Before you save your design to the library, open up your Silhouette Studio library. Right click on the "Library" folder. Pick "New Folder."
The new unnamed folder will be created at the bottom of the Local User area. Type in something like "Commercial Use." This is now going to be the place you save all of your commercial-use design files in Silhouette Studio.
You can stop there or you can go one step further and make sub-folders, which is what I like to do. So right click on the folder you just created: Commercial Use > Right Click > "New Folder". Add the title of a sub-folder. You can see I created four including on named The Hungry JPEG. You can create and organize the sub folders so it works best for you - by holidays, season, designer, etc.
Now go back to your work area where you have your commercial use designs. From the File Menu click "Save > Save As > Save to Library" Before you name your file select the exact folder where you want it to save. In this case I picked The Hungry JPEG subfolder under my Commercial Designs head folder.
When I go into my library now and click on folder called The Hungry JPEG I can see the thumbnail for my Halloween designs.
As I use the elements of a bundle, I save them to my Commercial Designs folder in Silhouette Studio so they all stay organized.
And then you can go about using these designs in items you sell...like adorable Halloween mix and match magnet sets print and cut on your Silhouette CAMEO or Portrait!
Unfortunately, Silhouette Studio does not make it nearly as easy to organize commercial fonts. But there are ways to organize the fonts you purchase from The Hungry JPEG and elsewhere. I go into a lot of detail on the method I use in my book Cutting a Profit all about running a successful Silhouette-based business.
Finally, don't think you need any more fonts? Let me prove you wrong! These are some of the because they are amazing and come with the license. Don't believe me...just take a look at everything that comes with the Outstanding October Bundle!
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