Posts Tagged ‘silhouette’

One of the best things about the Silhouette machine is all of the materials you can use to create projects.  They just keep coming out with more and more inventive materials that make crafting simple and expand our options of what is possible.  Here are some tutorials and projects using quotes and shapes from my Silhouette shop that do just that.  Click here for my shop (only Silhouette users) or here for Lori Whitlock’s svg shop (non-Silhouette users).


Printable velum is a fabulous look – click here for the tutorial.


Gold and silver foil – the hottest look right now.  Click here for Kelly’s tips on how to get it done.


I know that St. Patrick’s Day is passed but this tutorial is great for cutting apart merged images and shapes.  She used my “You Rock” phrase with guitar shape and turned it into this.  I love the skill that Kim teaches us – it makes so many shapes more versatile and customizable.  Click here for instructions.


Guiseppa used printable kraft paper for this layout.  She used the Print and Cut feature of her Silhouette to make this quote.  Click here for tips and more photos.

The thing I love about quotes is that they are so versatile and can work for any project.  Head to my Silhouette shop and choose the ones for you!




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I’m a quote junkie.  So, when I saw these ideas of how to use multiple quotes for artwork, I was all-in.  Find lots of my quotes for any of your projects in my Silhouette shop here (must have a Silhouette to download) or in Lori Whitlock’s svg store here for non-Silhouette users.


Look for the tutorial for Dawn’s project here.  I just love this use of the Silhouette advent calendar and sketch pens.  Run!  Quick!  Pick out your favorite quotes and get sketching!


I’m a sucker for anything created on a canvas so when I saw this version of my banner words, I had to share it with you.  Find the tutorial here and use any of my banner phrase sets found in the Silhouette shop here.




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Don’t be deceived by the seemingly simple vinyl application on this vase – she put the vinyl on the outside AND the inside for a cool, dimensional look!  The “boo” is found here in my Silhouette shop for all of you Silhouette users.  See the entire description here.

The perfect way to show your creepy Halloween spirit.



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I had a request for a tutorial for how to use my Pocket Tags in the Silhouette shop and here it is!  Sure, you can use these pocket tags as a tag…but how fun is it to enlarge them and create a fabulous invitation!  The method for assembly of the tags works the same no matter how you use them – check out Kelly’s tutorial here for all the details and step-by-step instructions.



Go to the Silhouette shop for all Pocket Tag designs.  Just search “pocket tags kolette” when you’re in the store and you’ll find them.


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We are getting ready to finish the rest of our basement.  I consider myself an organized, non-cluttery person but these three rooms in the basement have become a bit of a dumping ground and they need a good de-junking.  That happened today.  I have had some boxes stored on pallets and as the pallets are now free of piles, I thought….I should do a project with these pallets!  The project  that hit my email box last night came to mind – I love multi-use decor.  Love it.  Only one thing to store and it’s easy to change it out when the time comes.  Brilliant!


Come on, you know you want to try it.

Click here for Lisa’s tutorial on her double-sided holiday sign.  Look for my Halloween and Thanksgiving phrases in the Silhouette store here or in Lori Whitlock’s svg shop here.  These files are all made for an electronic die-cutting machine and Lisa’s tutorial is a great way to use vinyl to create  masks for this project.  I love how it creates a rough look when you do the mask method.



So, grab some wood (I want Lisa’s fence posts!) and choose your favorite phrases in my shop and let your holiday decor multi-task for you this season!  Lisa will help you – click here.


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Teacher Gift2

Easy.  Inspiring.  And a great way to tell the teachers in your life that they are important to you.  Look for more finished projects at katierosecompany shop on etsy.

Find this shape in my Silhouette store here.

Thanks, teachers.

Teacher Gift1

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The Silhouette blog has been busy as we head into Thanksgiving.  Here is a simple tutorial about how to ungroup my quotes or phrases as well as how to create a border/mat using the offset command.   Click here for the complete instructions.  This same tutorial will work with most of my quotes and phrases so be sure to pin it for future use!  Find my “so thankful for you” layered quote in my Silhouette here.


And here’s a cute card using my banner words – Thanksgiving themed.   Click here for that post and here to find the shape in my Silhouette store.



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