Let's Explore v4, Silhouette, Uncategorized

Let’s Explore v4 – Offset & Subtract All

Creating a Layered Design using the Offset & Subtract All in Silhouette Studio

There are times with some designs or materials that you do not want to layer on top of each other. For instance, when working with Glitter HTV, it is not recommend by most manufacturers to layer glitter on glitter. In those cases, you may want to subtract or knock-out a part of the design, so the layers are not on top of each other.

In today’s quick video tutorial I show how to do this using the Offset & Subtract All tools in the Silhouette software.

Blog post & video are created in Silhouette Studio v4.3.372
Affiliate links may be present in the following blog post and as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Check out more information on the tools used in the video here:

Let’s Explore v4 – Offset Panel

Let’s Explore v4 – The Modify Panel

The best way to learn the software is to play, play, play. Just open it up and start using the tools. The more you do it, the more comfortable you will get at it.

Follow along using the video and see if you can create a design.
I would love to see what you create on my Facebook group at
Silhouette Secrets with EllyMae.

Enjoy!

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