Thank you Ken for the kind words.
The procedure is as follows:
1) I draw and print a rectangular section of brick wall using the Model Builder software.
Of course you can download and print some free brick textures.
2) Start the Silhouette Studio software.
3) Insert the printed brick texture sheet in the scanner.
4) Import the brick texture in the Silhouette Studio software using the File-scan menu.
We now have a .studio3 file containing the brick texture layer.
5) We now have to create a 2nd layer with the cutting lines.
We have several options:
5a) Use the silhouette studio software.
5b) Import a .dxf file drawn with Autocad $$$ using File-Merge menu.
5c) If we upgrade to Silhouette Studio Designer edition, import a .svg file using the File-Merge menu ( my case )
6) Add the registration marks with the Silhouette-Registration Marks menu.
7) Print the .studio3 file containing the brick texture layer, cutting layer and registration marks.
Insert the printed sheet in the cutter and ... cut.
I'll be glad to share my .svg files,
but there might be some copyright infringement if I share the Model Builder texture files.
Is there any attorney on this forum ?