Saturday, 5 May 2012

Making my own Doeflex templates with my Cameo

As you all know I love my Cameo machine and this week I've been putting it to the test once again and have made some of my own templates using Doeflex sheets, a Hero Arts download from the Silhouette shop and my Cameo machine.  Here's what I've done so far:

Sorry, the picture's a bit dark.
I made two different sizes, but as you can see they've both cut perfectly.

Here's a few techniques I've tried with them:

This one was just stencilled

This one has been embossed by putting it through my Grand Calibur and I then added some ink

I used the Belleek Pottery technique for this one - inked the stencil and then ran it through the Grand Calibur

I'm so chuffed with this and can't wait to have a go at making more stencils. 

If you've got a Cameo and fancy having a go at this HERE is where I got the Doeflex sheets - not readily available at many places.



Sarah said...

Wow, these are fabulous Sue!! What an amazing idea and the results are superb. You're really making me wish I had a Cameo!!
Sarah xx :0)

Elaine Stark said...

Great idea, so many different techniques. Elaine

Jackie said...

Oh wow, this is so beautiful, and very clever :o)
Jackie xx

Delilah64 said...

I love the masks/stencils you have made. I know this comment is a very long time after your original post but, what Cameo cut settings do you use for cutting Doeflex sheets? Do you need to do double cuts? Thanks :-)