I gawk a lot about how much I love the variety of selection in the Silhouette Design Store. Well, what’s even more fun is that Silhouette puts out a FREE design every week. This weeks design is this “Home Sweet Home” shape, and it’s adorable. So, go download it now! There are so many uses for a shape like this, especially around the home. but I chose to make For the steps on creating this Embroidery Hoop Wall Hang, the full tutorial is on the Silhouette Blog today!
Hi friends! Today I am sharing a little child-art project just in time for Mother's Day on the Silhouette America Blog! Hop on over for the full how-to. There are both simple and more advanced steps to the tutorial, so check it out!
Hello friends! I'm sharing my beginner's stab at etching glass over on the Silhouette Blog. I have to (embarrassingly) admit that using the Silhouette Glass Etching Starter Kit has been overwhelmingly intimidating for me. I’ve wanted to give it a go for a long time now, but I was just convinced I’d screw it up and not have a project to share at all. Well, this is my first run and luckily I couldn’t have been more wrong. I fully regret not diving into this world of etching sooner. You guys, the combo of the Silhouette Stencil Vinyl (which rocks) and Etching Cream work so great! And surprisingly fast. Hop on over for my pictures and products! Happy Crafting!
Snail mail holds a huge part of my heart. Send me a handwritten letter and you’ll easily move to the top of my favorite’s list. There is nothing that compares to opening your mailbox and getting a piece of parcel that is NOT a bill or credit card scam. Amirite? Well, aside from the endless amount of cards you can make with your CAMEO or PORTRAIT did you know that you can also address your envelopes? …Yes way! And I'm sharing it on the Silhouette America blog today. Check it out, here.
Hippity Hoppity! Easter is most certainly on its way! What screams Easter more than brunch with the most-loved bunny? Head over to the Silhouette blog to see how I was able to make these adorably easy invitations utilizing the print & cut feature on my CAMEO and adapting the “Bunny in an Egg” shape into a folding invite. Oh, and the best part? The little egg flap stays closed with the help of Silhouette’s Adhesive Magnet Paper.