Silhouette Cameo: Breakfast at Tiffany’s Happy Mail mini album

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I am part of a swap group and this is the project I sent for February. I have decided to stick to a theme every month and this month it was Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I made a Tiffany’s-like box with a bow and inside topped the wrapped package with a giant rhinestone.

I made a shaped mini album with pockets decorated with cut files from Lettering Delight’s Tiffany collection. I stamped and embossed the saying on the front of the book.

The first pocket included diamond clips and some magnetic bookmarks that hit the theme pretty well. The second pocket is made of vellum and washi tape and was filled with washi samples. I made the washi sample cards with the Too Cute by Jessica Fancy Lady collection.

I wanted to include more goodies but I didn’t want to stretch the pockets of the mini album too much and risk ripping them so I used my Fuse tool to make a cascade of plastic pockets filled with gems, stickers and post it notes.

Finally, the last pocket was filled with planner stickers I created myself using artwork found online and some basic shapes from the Silhouette store.

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Silhouette Cameo: Bendy Nativity Card

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Bendy Nativity Card

I wish I could say I had started on this year’s Christmas cards, but sadly, I am just now posting one of last year’s cards. It is a bendy card that stands up nicely for display but folds flat for mailing. This one is a Samantha Walker design available in the Silhouette Design store.

Details: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics. Glitter paper: Recollections.

Silhouette Cameo: Winter Village

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I made this village for my living room mantel last Christmas. The files are all in the Silhouette Design Store. I believe nearly all the pieces were Marji Roy designs. I cut the pieces out of 140 lb. paper and used vellum for all the windows. Each building had a battery-operated tealight inside. I also punched a hole in the middle of the ice rink so I could put a light through it. I loved the shadows cast by the skaters!

I sprinkled some fake snow around the village and added some white fir pine garland from Michael’s.

 

Cricut Explore: Riverbanks Zoo Double Layout

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I knocked out another zoo layout. I guess my younger son must have slept through this trip since he isn’t in any of the pictures. Poor second kid. The koalas are from Too Cute by Jessica. If you like them, you better grab them up because they are retiring. They also happen to be really cheap right now.

Details: Cardstock: Co’redinations.

Cricut Explore: Botanical Gardens Double Layout

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Another straight forward double layout. I didn’t even have to find a way to work in the date since the year is visible in one of the pictures and the season is obvious. The fall flower group is from Miss Kate’s Cuttables and the scarecrow is from Paper Piecings by Nikki. The pumpkins are from the Cricut Pooh and Friends cartridge. I created a small title in Silhouette Studio because it’s easier to do offsets in that software.

This is where the sync feature in Cricut Design Space comes in very handy. Even with graphic files from so many different sources, it’s super easy to get all your colors coordinated.

Details: Cardstock: Co’redinations. Patterned Paper: Recollections.