scherenschnitte. paper cutting. old. german. hand-cut. very, very, very cool. this of course is not hand-cut. thank you silhouette cameo!

the first time i saw this file was when erica shared it after she found it on cindy’s site. cindy’s site is amazing. her freebies are amazing. i want to do this one next. it’s been in my mind for a while to make this one but i don’t have the patience to do this by hand. i like to cut paper, but not like this. plus, this is the exact reason why i purchased a cameo. a little design manipulation of any freebie file (i used pS & illustrator) and you can pretty much cut anything that someone else decides to share. (just use it for yourself though.)

best part? i had two after cutting, a positive & the negative which meant that i was able to hang one in the bean’s room and one in tLm’s. love that.

happy monday!

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3 Responses to “scherensch(what?)”

  1. Janelle Shultz Says:

    so, did you hand cut or use the cameo?

  2. Sherry Eckblad Says:

    Being new at using the Cameo how do you convert this file so that it can cut it?

  3. sivan Says:

    hi love the file, i just got a silouhette for my bday and was wandering how did you convert a .pdf file to a silouhette file??? thanks

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