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Five Unexpected Ways To Use Tattoo Paper

  Oh tattoo paper how I love you…let me count the ways, five to be exact. You are so much more than a product we apply to our skin. You are a versatile tool in our Silhouette specialty media arsenal and you deserve the lime light for a few minutes. 1. You make adorable gift bags       Photo Credits: Maritza Lisa Look at these amazing muslin and paper gift bags. Who wouldn’t be thrilled to be handed one of these cute bags? I know I’ll be doing this next  ...

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Make Your Own Birth Announcement Artwork

If you’re a regular Silhouette America blog reader (and I hope you are!) you’ll remember those fun gender reveal poppers I made for a friend this past summer. Well the baby just arrived and she’s adorable! I wanted to make them a gift incorporating the reveal flag from the party so a birth announcement artwork board instantly came to mind. Now they’ll have a nice keepsake to remember all the special moments with their newest little one. Supplies Needed: 8 in. x 10  ...

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Make a beautiful vase using 4 affordable items

(Originally posted on Expressions Vinyl’s blog)   Hello!  I don’t know about you but I’m a big fan of the succulent plant trend going on right now.  I have a shelf in my bathroom just calling out to me saying “make me pretty!” Who am I not to answer that call? I originally tried having real succulents but my black thumb killed that idea rather quickly (pun intended).  Seriously, my husband is in charge of the yard because my skill-set does not include  ...

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Woodland animal artwork tutorial for Oh Bear Bundle kit

I just wanted to share with you how I created some adorable artwork for my son’s nursery that I designed based on my Oh Bear bundle kit. The best part is it only cost me about $50 total to make 8 pieces.  Yes, that math adds up to $6.25 per item for a 9″x 12″ finished product. I found this great free printable design on pinterest: Artwork link Next I bought these wood slice boards from save-on-crafts.com: wood slice link It’s cheaper to buy 4 of the 24″ long  ...

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