The Silhouette machines have some awesome features and tools!
One of those that is fun to play with is the sketching option with the machine. Whether that is for sketching out words or designs, it can do it all!
Today I’m going to share some of the supplies I’ve tested with sketching with my Silhouette machines.
Sketching Supplies for Silhouette
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There are some differences between the different Silhouette model machines on the supplies you might need so I have broken it down into specific information for the machine models.
Cameo 4, Cameo Plus, Cameo Pro, and Portrait 3 owners
a Silhouette blue sketch pen adapter (Silhouette America, The Vinyl Spectrum)
with Silhouette black bodied pens (Silhouette America)
a Silhouette Type B pen holder (Silhouette America, The Vinyl Spectrum) and pens that fit
Pens I’ve tested: Sharpie Pen S-Gel, Sharpie Pen Style, Pilot G2 Gel Fine 0.7 mm, Gelly Roll Classic 06 Black, Gelly Roll white, Gelly Roll Moonlight 10 Ice Cream Smooth
Cameo 3, Cameo 2, Cameo 1, Curio, Portrait 1 or 2 owners
Silhouette black bodied pens or white bodied pens (Silhouette America)
A Silhouette Type A pen holder (Silhouette America, The Vinyl Spectrum) and pens that fit
*pens listed above with links
I encourage you to grab the right supplies for your machine and just get to playing with it.
But I also have some resources that can help on the blog.
Silhouette Sketch Pens & Sketch Pen Design Class
Check out the full class HERE where we discuss pens styles, adapters, sketch designs, fonts, filling designs, and troubleshooting too!
Sketching with Silhouette
I created these cards following a class led by Kelly Wayment and hosted by Michaels – check it out HERE.
Let’s Explore v4 – Line Effects/Sketch Panel
Learn about the Line Effects/Sketch Panel and how to fill text or designs in with sketching HERE.
Let’s Explore v4 – Send Tab – Line Option
In this tutorial, I am sharing how to cut and sketch by Line Color – find out more HERE.
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