Sunday, June 12, 2011

Video: How to Cache a Pattern on the Imagine


In a post the other day, I mentioned that I had cached a pattern with my Imagine. I received several questions about how to do this, so I decided to make a quick video. If the above card looks familiar, that's because it's the Father's Day card I posted a few weeks ago. Today I cached a pattern from Lori's Garden and used it to make a coordinating envelope from All Wrapped Up.


Click here for my post on how to make the actual card.

12 comments:

girlia said...

Thanks for sharing I definitely have got to try this.

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

LOVE your card :-)

cricaholic said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE TUTORIAL!!!!
GREAT INFORMATION!! Now I'm going to try it!!

Carrie K said...

Great tutorial. I don't have an imagine yet but it is nice to learn about all you can do. It is more that I can tell my husband in my argument that I need one!!

Linda Kaiser said...

Katie, I can't wait to watch your video when I get home. Thanks for making this!

I am so excited to try this!

Linda

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Thanks Katie... it does seem to be pretty easy, I can't wait to give this a try. I hope you make more videos.. you are really very talented.. AND I would love to be your neighbor.. hugs from Ukiah

Kim H said...

Katie,
OMG... I needed this video when I did my milk carton project! THANK YOU for doing this! I did the hard way! I will definetly be back to watch any more videos. You already know how much I LOVED your Father's Day card!

Maria said...

Thank you so much! I never knew this could be done. Can't wait to try it!

Lady Fair said...

I was just thinking today of what a shame it is that we can't use two Imagine cartridges at the same time. So glad I happened across this video today. Thank you, thank you, thank you for the tutorial!

Anonymous said...

Katie,
Thanks so much for taking the time to post the video. What a great option for us! I love all the projects on your blog. You're a very talented lady!
Kathren

rockpapercricut said...

Thank you so much for taking the time to explain this in a video. I am planning on using this on my next project. :)

Ally

image queen said...

Thanks for all of the trouble you went to show us how to cache a pattern. I am a newbie imagine and this really helped.