If anyone was interested in the cute little cupcake I used in my tutorial here, you can download the file down below. I have both the cupcake with the cute little face, and just the outline of the cupcake. Enjoy!
I realize I’ve been sitting here with all these files on my computer, and I haven’t bothered sharing them! I’ll be a little bit better about that in the future. ;) Here you go, two different kinds of cupcake wrappers! They’re sized to fit standard cupcakes. If you need them for larger or smaller cupcakes, you can resize.
I finally broke out my Cameo. It’s been packed up since we moved here. Right now we’re sleeping in the room that will be our office, since we’ll start remodeling the attic soon to be our bedroom. It’s driving me nuts not having an office! But I couldn’t wait that long to break out my Cameo and get it set up. Here is the first of many vinyl decals!
I found this adorable Santa Advent Calendar printable through Pinterst, and decided to give it a little pizzaz. I worked a little magic with Silhouette Studio and made it to be cut with my Silhouette! Enjoy!
You can also snag the printable version of this at her blog.
The words that go with it:
“Santa’s beard is very bare
On his chin, there is no hair
So each day add a puff of white
And when it’s full, he’ll come that night.”
You add a cotton ball on each number as they days go by, ending on Christmas Eve.
I saw something on Pinterst a while ago that involved using your Silhouette to make nail art. This sparked a lot of ideas! Why not do a fancy french manicure with it? I designed these just for that. The size is made to fit my toe nails, but if you cut it out and find that the sizes are off, you can adjust each individual nail.
Cut out the design with your silhouette with the desired color vinyl. Check the sizes and make sure they’ll fit.
Paint a base layer on your nails. Once it’s dry, place the stickers on each nail where they need to be.
Cut off the excess vinyl off the tip, file, and add a top coat.
I also decided to try out a glitter fade style, and I love how it turned out!
Today I’m sharing a swirl design.
I made this shirt for my mom and wanted to share! Here’s the free download for it.
Out of all of the projects I have done with my Silhouette, this Princess project has to be one of my favorites!
A while back I saw something similar pinned on Pinterest from this Etsy shop. Now, I’m not one to go out and spend money on something that I can easily make at home. At the time I didn’t have my machine yet, but I knew I’d have it soon so I re-pinned it until I had the opportunity to make it. I re-created my own version of this adorable art, and I’m going to share my files with my readers! As always, these files were made by me and are original, please use them for personal use ONLY.