Cameo 4, Silhouette, Silhouette Projects, Uncategorized

5 “Secrets” to Cutting Crepe Paper

Update: re-published blog post can be found here: https://silhouette-secrets.com/2022/05/16/5-secrets-to-cutting-crepe-paper-with-the-cameo-4/

I have been having an awesome time learning to make crepe paper flowers. Now that the Cameo 4 can cut crepe paper with the rotary blade, I have several bouquets & individual flowers in my studio.

I just started working with this in November/December of 2019, so it is all fresh and new to me. But, I am loving it. Just a warning though – it is addictive!

Today, I am a guest blogger over on Terri Johnson Creates blog sharing my 5 “secrets” to cutting Crepe paper with the Cameo 4. Check it out HERE.

Rose bouquet copy

There are so many fabulous things that you can do with a Silhouette machine and my project list just continues to grow!

Head over to Terri’s blog to check out my “Secrets” and then make sure you share what you’ve been working on with your Silhouette on my Facebook group
Silhouette Secret+ with EllyMae.
We love to see what you have been creating!

Enjoy!

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**This post may contain affiliate links. What that means is that I may receive compensation if you purchase through the links I have provided. The price you pay for the product or service is not higher but I may get compensated for sharing.

5 thoughts on “5 “Secrets” to Cutting Crepe Paper”

  1. The links to Terri Johnson’s blog are broken and no searching on her site comes up with this article. Is it still possible to access it? I’m quite late to the Cameo 4 party, only acquiring one a week ago, but I am very interested in learning how to cut crepe paper with it!

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