It contains all the same functionality as Silhouette Studio, but with extra features, including:
*Ability to open, manipulate, and cut .svg files
*Rhinestone tools to convert designs into rhinestone templates and create your own rhinestone designs
*Sketch tools to convert designs into several styles of sketchable art
*Creative knife tools to allow you to clip designs using different patterns
*Enhanced eraser set to modify designs with more precision
*Built-in ruler and guide lines for precise alignment and drawing
I’ve received several e-mails recently, asking for Silhouette ideas. Well, I’m happy to oblige. ☺ I love my Silhouette, and it’s my number one favorite crafting tool–I honestly don’t know what I would do without it! I do know that it’s possible to create without one–I did that for a very long time–but having one sure saves a whole lot of time, and it adds more options. Most of my projects are simple ones–whether it’s for organization, home decor, holidays, or gift giving. I like being able to add small details through vinyl, paper, heat transfer and more, transforming the ordinary into something of my own, and giving it that something extra special.
I’ve gathered a few of my past projects that I used the Silhouette for, and hopefully it will give you even a small glimpse into all the millions of possibilities there are! Please don’t hesitate to ask questions, whether in comment form, or via e-mail. If you’re new to the Silhouette, debating a purchase, or wondering about how to do something, please let me know, and I’ll do my very best to help.
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, and all opinions are 100% mine and mine alone. Please see my full disclosure HERE.