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Melissa Viscount (Silhouette School)
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Free Weekly Meal Planner Printable or Planner Insert (Silhouette Studio Cut File)
It's Friday and on Fridays we share a free Silhouette Studio Cut File at Silhouette School. This week I'm sharing a meal planning design that can be used as a planner insert or as a printable to hang on the side of the fridge! The meal planner design is siz...
Free weekly meal planner printable or planner insert - Free Silhouette studio cut file.
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How to Move the Test Cut Location Anywhere: Silhouette CAMEO/Portrait Tutorial
Oh happy day...today I'm sharing a quick Silhouette trick for you that's going to save you a ton of wasted material and hair pulling.  It's just not the beauty of the test cut, it's the ability to move the test cut location...anywhere! Let's say you take yo...
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Using 'Merge' to Open Multiple .Studio Files or (Layered) SVGs in a Single Silhouette Studio Work Area
Did you know you can open two or more .Studio files or SVGs in the same work area without manually copying and pasting them? It's true - it's called the Merge function in Silhouette Studio.  Let me show you how it works and why you might want to use it.  (I...
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Silhouette Tips: Creating Your Own Designs in Studio with Basic Shapes
If there's one thing I want to scream from the roof tops it's that you should NOT be intimidated to create your own designs in Silhouette Studio.  There's nothing to be intimidated about...because you can always click UNDO.  I talked extensively about desig...
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DIY Reusable Stencils with Silhouette (The I-Bet-You-Didn't-Think-Of-That Technique)
I get asked weekly (at least) what the best reusable stencil material is to cut with Silhouette.  I'm gonna be honest, I'm always kind of  "eehhhh...well...um...".  Well , my friends, I'm pretty stinkin' sure I just found it in the most unlikely spot! So a ...
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Let It Snow Chalkboard Printable: Free Silhouette Studio Cut File (and PDF)
I don't share printables very often here on Silhouette School, but for this week's Freebie Friday I have one for you!  My hope in sharing this is that of course you'll find some use for it and enjoy it, but also that you'll see that you really don't need an...
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Exporting a Silhouette .Studio File as PDF on PC
Exporting Silhouette Studio designs as PDF is something that's necessary at times - most often for remote print and cuts, printables, and sharing.  I've shared on Silhouette School previously how to export as a PDF on a MAC , but today Silhouette School wee...
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Adding Reactive Foils to a Silhouette Print and Cut: Tutorial & Free Cut File
If you've been following Silhouette School for any length of time, you know there's no shortage of ways to create with it. Today I'm so excited to have Pam from Get Silvered on the blog sharing an awesome way to take your print and cut projects up a notch b...
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Set of 6 Valentine's Day Free Silhouette Studio Cut Files
If you're looking for some adorable Valentine's Day Silhouette Studio cut files you've come to the right spot! I'm teaming up with Cuttable Designs again for this week's Freebie Friday. Just like last time, they're offering not one, but six awesome freebies...
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Designing a Shaped Print and Cut Card in Silhouette Studio
One of my favorite ways to use my Silhouette is with Print and Cut. Today I'm going to show you how to use a print and cut or a JPEG/PNG design to easily and quickly create a custom shaped card. The first thing you want to do is find your design. This can b...
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24 Silhouette Tutoroals, Tips, Freebies, and Hacks
 And just like that, January is in the books! It was a super busy month here at Silhouette School! We shared tons of free Silhouette Studio Cut Files, tutorials ranging
from how to set up Silhouette Mobile App to how to stipple with Curio
and Cut with Cam...
24 Silhouette tips, tricks and tutorials from Silhouette School in January 2016.
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Silhouette Hack: Why You Should Purposely Cut Through the Vinyl Backing or HTV Carrier Sheet
If you've ever cut a large vinyl or heat transfer vinyl decal - especially one that is a frame - you know how much material you end up wasting when you weed. The entire middle section or negative space ends up in the trash....but today, weekly Silhouette Sc...
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Occupation
SAHM, Freelance Writer, Blogger, DIYer
Skills
Writing, Crafting, Sewing, DIY, Laundry, Dishes, & Dinner are my specialities
Employment
  • Blogger
    2008 - present
    Founder, editor, writer for Silhouette School, Two It Yourself, New Mama's Corner
  • Stay at Home Mom
    MOM, 2008 - present
  • Examiner.com
    Freelance Writer, 2009 - 2013
  • WBAL HEARST ARGYLE TELEVISION INC
    TV News Producer, 2007 - 2008
  • WJAC TV
    TV News Producer, 2004 - 2007
  • KVLY TV
    TV News Producer, 2003 - 2004
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Other names
Melissa Langford, Melissa Langford Viscount
Story
Tagline
Freelance Writer and blogger
Introduction
Hi, I'm Melissa.  I blog over at Silhouette School Blog my flagship site and spinoff Two It Yourself (a DIY website).  I enjoy writing, creating, crafting, and volunteering at my kids' schools. 
Bragging rights
Wife, Mom of 2, founder of several websites
Education
  • Ithaca College
    Television/Radio, 1999 - 2003