Hello! Over the weekend, I was at the local book store and purchased the spring issue of Made in Paper. As usual, it did not disappoint – lots of awesome stuff and inspiration. There is an online version, but there are times when you just want to flip through the paper pages of a pretty magazine, non? What I finally clued in to is the fact that when an issue is released, a bunch of free downloadable patterned paper is made… Read more »
Hello and Happy Friday! I just got my Silhouette newsletter and YAY – a sale! Through the end of March, all Silhouette specialty media is on sale at 30% off when you use promo code PRINTCUT at checkout. That makes this a great time to get your hands on some fun new materials and try this project! It not only stops there, friends. If you don’t own a Silhouette, the CAMEO or Portrait print & cut bundle is also available now through March 31st. Just remember to… Read more »
You know about my love for pens and lettering, right? Okay, so let’s build on the tags we made from this post to a whole ‘nother level. The Silhouette Cameo has the capability to use pens instead of a blade, so instead of the image being cut, you can direct it to draw your art or lovely letters. You can use a gel pen with the pen holder or one of the Silhouette Pens. I’m obsessed with the white Silhouette pen (surprise, surprise), but the ink ran… Read more »
Hello and Happy March to you all! Today I’ll share with you a how-to on making tags with your Silhouette Cameo. Once you’ve created your design with the Silhouette Studio software, you can use your tag design as a template for future crafting. Okay, let’s get started.
Hello! Today I am creating address labels with my Silhouette Cutting Machine. I’ve had mine for a year now, and if you love paper crafts and don’t have one, this is the machine (read: toy) for you. The thing is, it not only cuts paper, you can cut vinyl, cotton canvas, chipboard, stamping material – check it out at Silhouette America. It’s basically a machine that connects to your computer like a printer. Instead of printing, it cuts the images and shapes you design… Read more »