I was playing with some other materials today.
These are Hobby Lobby “Mosaic Accents” The white ones are glass and the brown are stone. The white glass ones are just engraved and colored with a sharpie slopped all over them. Then wiped down with a damp cloth. The top 2 were at too low a speed and cracked/splintered. The others were at 100% / 100 and came out pretty well.
The stones were a little more irregular and inconsistent, but had an interesting effect. Possible uses, who knows?
Here’s a little more useful product. I have these laser printable polyester labels that I use for car window decals and other labels. I was able to do very nice kiss cuts and will be able to print and cut custom labels MUCH faster than I have been doing on my Silhouette Cameo.
Here is the front. I used a Seklema mat to hold the material down and placed my settings at 9% /197. These twelve 1-1/4 inch circles cut in 26 seconds. Note the tiny overcast that went through the bottom paper at the start and end points. They didn’t really affect the Silver foil much.
Here’s the back, and you can see the minor cut through. The circle shapes are not cuts, just a little transparency where the foil top coat was removed.
And finally the stickers after weeding out the outside waste material. They peel off the backing very well, with little of the overcut that made the Cameo’s stickers hard to peel off the backing sheet.
Here’s a link to the materials. I really like OnLine Labels.