Filling in outline fonts with sketch pens is SO easy with the Silhouette Curio. I will walk you through it with this video tutorial. No complicated hacks – just one simple click. Thanks to Silhouette for sponsoring this post, which may also include affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy here.
Hey guys! Today I am back to share some more tips for using the Silhouette Curio! I got my machine a few months ago, and I have had a lot of fun exploring what this little guy can do. It has some of the same features as the Cameo, which I still adore and use constantly, but it also brings in some new abilities and features. I already shared how you can use the print and deboss feature to create awesome letterpress look notecards, and today, I want to share one of my other favorite features – filling in fonts!
If you have every used sketch pens with your Silhouette Cameo, you know that when you use thick fonts the sketch pen will just trace the outside of the font leaving it looking hollow, which is fine sometimes, but it’s not always the look you are going for.