Step 1: Find an image that you want to draw, and import to the Vinyl Cutter Software.
Then convert it into an Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) file. You can use drawing editors like: Inkscape, CorelDraw, or Adobe Illustrator. I used Inkscape since it was free, and very user-friendly. (More in another Instructable on this topic.)
Open your Vinyl Cutting Software, such as FlexiSTARTER, import your ".eps" file, and adjust the dimensions to the size of paper that you have.
Step 2: Find a suitable type of drawing paper/material
Instead of adhesive vinyl paper, load a roll of any material that you would like to draw on. It can be a simple roll of white paper from your local office supply store; a roll of contractor paper for painting from your local hardware store; white poster paper from a school project; a large piece of smooth leather; and so on. The possibilities are endless!!! As long as the material is: flexible, relative smooth (no huge bumps), and can fit through the pinch rollers.
In my case, i used a roll of contractor paper for painting from Lowe's ($8) and a roll of plain white wallpaper ($0.94).
Slide the long. metal holding-bars through the middle of the rolls, place on the back of the vinyl cutter holding area, and feed through the pinch rollers.