Here’s this week’s freebie and there’s lot’s of ways to use this one.
Add some registration marks and use as a print and cut. With the rolling pin version it would make cute kitchen word art. Cut from vinyl to decorate jars or other items or pop on a the towel or a T shirt with Heat Transfer Vinyl.
I used a bike and a rolling pin, but you can switch out the images to use any other “rolling” type image from a moped to a shopping cart!
Credit where Credit’s Due
The bike image in my cutting file is modified from an original image here. It has been generously shared by the Artist, Jens Tärning and is subject to a Creative Commons license. All other elements of the cut files are my own.
The files are currently untested.
Here’s the “This is How I Roll” Silhouette Studio File for V3
Here’s the “This is How I Roll” Silhouette Studio File for V2
Here’s the “This is How I Roll” SVG File for Cricut and other Cutting Machines.
Thanks. That is really cute.
Leny Guerra says
I thank you and I take to wish you a great weekend
Thanks, I think I’ll use the rolling pin in my kitchen.
Thanks Sue, I’m currently working out if I have a suitable spot in my kitchen for the rolling pin version too 🙂
Patricia Karstens says
Thank you this will come in so handy
I’ve just discovered the section to leave a comment. I just got a silhouette cameo3 for Christmas this year and have no idea if the files i’m saving will ever be able to be used. Still thank you for sharing all your hard work. Not only am I learning about my new silhouette machine (which seams like a new language ) but I’m also learning a new operating system on a new laptop.
If you have the Cameo3 and you updated your software when setting up the machine, then you would just need to download the V3 version of the cutting files as I expect you have fairly software on your computer. There’s no need to download the V2 or SVG:)
If you have upgraded to the designers edition of the software then the SVG Version will work for you too, but that’s provided more for people who use a different software or have a different brand of machine like the Cricut or Brother Scanncut!
Enjoy your Cameo. I’m still using the Cameo 2, – the Cameo 3 sounds great though.