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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Leaving You With Flowers

Many have noticed I haven't been around nearly as much. Many things have been going on in the lives of my family. One of the many things I haven't shared until today is the part of my life and the lives of my two daughters. I was once married to their father for almost twenty years. Our religious beliefs and other things in our marriage had taken different paths so we divorced over seventeen years ago. We've had many ups and downs in our lives but one thing which never left either of us is a certain kind of love. My former husband has been battling colon cancer for over a year. A couple of week ago he learned he has the KRAS gene which has mutated his cancer. The oncologist has given him two to four months to live. We are beyond words of expressing our sadness so I leave today with an explanation for my absence and to let everyone know if you email, call, or have been missing me on YouTube or the Silhouette Plus forum my heart, spirit, and mind has been in other places. I thank the good Lord for keeping my faith strong even though my heart aches. God' will be done.

I leave this blog today with a message of love. Make every moment memorable, don't sweat the small stuff, take the time to smell the roses and spread the love. May this peony cutting file be a little reminder of making the best of every day. Love and hugs, Debbie

You can download the cutting file here. It's in .svg, .dxf, and Studio formats...enjoy! Peony and Leaves Cutting File

Friday, July 5, 2013

Newest Video Tutorial - Splitting a Design

Recently, I received an email asking me how to place two digital papers or pattern fills into a circle, add an image and other elements which needed to be a part of the entire design. I was asked how to do this so she could make closet dividers for children. I wrote her back with written instructions but she thought it would be more helpful to have a video. I agree with her. It is much easier for me to learn when I see things done so today I made the video. My Mom and sister are out shopping so I stayed home to get this video made, some laundry done and a few other multi-taking

I hope this video will be useful for other designing needs. It's amazing what can be done within the Studio program. Happy Designing, Creating, Crafting, and Cutting