Thanks for your patience & help!Edited to add: Oops the .studio file was too large to work. I was rescued by two of the Angels at the Silhouette Plus Forum! Thank You, Gayle & Kay. The crafting community has such incredible people. (Who are so clever!) So now the print and cut file is replaced & the zip file and the .studio file should work perfectly. Plus I've learned a thing or two (or three). :-)
Not sure how the days scurry away from me on this ol' blog, but I do know Spring is the time of year that I start cleaning out cupboards, working in the community veggie garden, getting more serious about my health, and so on and so forth... How about you - are you feeling Spring-y?
but I wanted to make sure that the new file hosting works for everyone.
Files of this size cannot be scanned by Google Docs' built-in virus scanner, so if you prefer to be extra cautious you can download the zip file (with all 4 file types) here and then scan it with your own virus software before unzipping it. (You should be able to do this by right clicking on the zip file, once it is saved to your computer, and selecting 'scan...').
These journal cards worked well in the Silhouette Studio Designer software for me, so I hope they work for you! (Using print & cut for the very first time was a massive thrill!)
This .studio cut file has a printer's bleed so you won't end up with any white space on the cards when they cut. (It's my first 'print & cut file' so please let me know if you have any suggestions for how I can improve future Silhouette files).
The maximum number of cards I can fit on the silhouette .studio files is 4, because there needs to be room for the registration marks (so that the print & cut can work its magic). The PDF and other file formats have an extra card in there, because how could I waste that space, right?
The files also worked quite well, size-wise, when printing from a PDF in Adobe Reader... (Please let me know if I can help you get them working perfectly from your own computer.) :-)
Please link, if you can, so I can see your creations. :-)
But please do not... use my work as-is, and please don't use it
to create digital papers/digital kits - unless they are shared for free. :-)
A Little Note:
To get the right sized card printing out, I would suggest sticking with the PDF file if you can. This quick and easy method worked very well for me:
Using Adobe Reader, select the print icon, and under the "Size Options" section, choose "Actual size" then hit print.
On printers & sizes: I use an HP Officejet 7500 E910 wide format printer, which I really like because it is an affordable way to print 12x12 patterned papers. Of course all printers are different so you may find that you need to make a test print or two to get the right size for your particular album pages.
Hope you can have
some fun with these,
P.S. If you have any requests for card sizes, let me know. I'll see what I can do! :-)