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MelanieBeverly Offline
#1 Posted : Sunday, November 14, 2010 2:36:27 PM(UTC)

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I am new to cricut and I am helping my daughter make a display board for a science project. We want to make stacked letters for the title on the board, but I can't figure out how to accomplish this. Can anyone help me?
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If you cut out the letter and then cut out the letter in the same size, but using the shadow function, I think you will be able to get the effect you are looking for. Just make sure the real dial size is off. HTH
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Which cart are you using? Not all letters have shadows.If your cart does not have a shadow then you could increase the size.Like cut one letter at 1" and then at 1 1/4".It doesn't look the same but it's close to a shadow. Or you can cut them at the same size and just layer them slightly offset.
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