Tutorial and Help

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Well, I'm off today to Ontario, California for my last show of the year, so that means I will be home for almost 3 months. My plans for those 3 months is to add lots of new free files, tutorials, etc to the blog and my store. I am also planning on revamping the way the blog looks and organizing the tutorials so they are easier to find.

This is where you come in...I would love to have tutorial requests for things you would like to learn. One of my favorite ways to do this is to have you send me a file you are 'stuck' on, tell me what you are trying to do and then letting me show you via a tutorial or send you to a tutorial that I have already done to show you how to do it.

Also, I'm going to be adding tutorials for the 'older' software that is used for the Mini, Mighty and Pro....so when requesting help with a file...be sure and tell me which machine you have so I can tailor it to fit you.

So what do you think? Are you ready to dig in and learn even more about your Pazzles Cutters???? I'll be home on Sunday and will start 'filming' on Monday, so get your requests in. Please send them to klo@scrappingusa.com with the title BLOG TUTORIAL REQUEST in the subject.

Thanks.

3 comments:

Vicki said...

YES!!!!! You're going to start helping me with my mini cutter! After having a rough day you just made it end on a great note! Basically I know NOTHING about my mini. I mean like what can it do other than cut out letters? Can you cut out pictures (clipart) from anywhere on the web?

I was able to figure the welding out of my letters. Go me! Ok I'll be thinking of my questions!

Thank you so much!

Melissa said...

Hi Klo, I am getting pretty good as using the software but have real trouble getting the settings right to actually cut. I have had my Inspiration for a couple of months so my blade is fairly new. I have a brand new mat but the paper catches and gets screwed up or doesn't cut at all. I would love some trouble shooting tips.
Thanks,
Melissa

Phoenix said...

I loved the swirl lesson and I'm hoping there will be one on making flourishes. Please?????

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