I love e-cuts! But I found that when I printed the images on paper, the colors were a bit darker than what I had seen on my computer screen when ordering. I decided that the reason must be that on the computer there is light behind the pictures. That gave me the idea to print the e-cuts on vellum so they would be translucent. It worked beautifully! And now I have even more options with my e-cuts: I can use the darker paper version or the vellum version with its "true colors."
PS. Ink takes longer to dry on vellum so be sure to wait until dry before handling. Also, some e-cuts use more ink which causes the vellum to curl. Securing it to cs with removable adhesive before printing will keep this from happening.