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Free Camera with Photos Silhouette Studio Design Files

Hey you guys -- look what I have for you today!!! I created this Silhouette Studio camera design file along with some Polaroid-inspired photos for you for this week's Freebie Friday!
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I mean how stinking cute is this?! I know, I know.

I feel like it would be perfect for a scrapbook layout! Or you could turn it into a shaped card.  Or how cute would these be as custom stickers?!  So many Silhouette CAMEO print and cut possibilities here!

Wondering how to get your photos into the picture design files? ('Cause I know you don't want my kids in your scrapbook...) Just add your photos to the Patterns folder in your library > select the white square (it's NOT a compound path) > pick the Fill Patterns tool > select the photo as the pattern to fill the shape.  This Silhouette Studio tutorial on filling a shape with a photo will also walk you through it.

Oh snap! It's that easy.

Alright so head on over to download this free Silhouette Studio camera design file along with the photo frames.

Please remember, this is free for personal use only.  If you'd like to share, we'd love that! Just please share the link to this blog post and not the actual file itself or the link to Dropbox.

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