Sunday, July 17, 2011

Today I am sharing with you a really cool technique. For those of you that have a Gypsy, this is super easy to do. I created this file using the Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge. You must have the Plantin Schoolbook Cart loaded on your Gypsy to cut this file.


4 Responses to “SHOW ME SUNDAY BY: Andrea”

Roberta: Mother of 3 said...

Andrea, I love this! I saw your sample in the DT inspiration this week, and it immediately caught my eye! **My question is this: I have a Cricut, and the Plantin Schoolbook Cart, but I don't have a Gypsy, and I don't really know what it is for or how it works with the Cricut/Plantin Schoolbook cart. Help! I would love to be able to do this!

Roberta @ The Papercrafting League

Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [18 Jul 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Lori Apgar said...

Great video!! I don't trust myself with an xacto knife, might try with my paper cutter!!

Andrea Fogleman said...

Hi Roberta, I tried the mosaic grid without using the Gyspy. I used the Plantin Cartridge and selected a 1 inch square. Then using the auto fill feature I cut out the grid. It left about an inch of leftover paper on the one side and the spacing between the squares is super thin. If you use the same color for the background as you did the gird, you can just center the grid and that problem would be solved. As for the spaces between, not sure how to fix that part. You might get the same look, just with less spacing in between photo squares.