Here’s a great way to teach your children to set the table, and bonus, you can write little notes to them in the morning. Wipe clean with a damp cloth, and they’re ready to use again. Using this upholstery vinyl placemat tutorial, FREE place setting download and a dry erase marker, you’ll have this project whipped up in minutes.
As promised, today I’m showing another way to use Silhouette Premium Vinyl. I found these cute plastic bowls and plates at Ikea. They come in a pack of four and cost about $1.50. I couldn’t pass them up. This project was so easy and was finished in minutes. Cut any shape out of vinyl and place on the containers like you would a sticker. That’s it! You’re done! I’ve decided to share a free .svg download of basic shapes to get you started. Note: You need to have the designer edition of the Silhouette software to import the cut file.
I think these little bowls will look great on my desk holding odds and ends. They would also work well for holding wrapped candy and small treats at a party.
I wanted to share a fun way to use my soup die cut that is new to the Silhouette store this week. The file comes complete with the pot, onion, broccoli, chicken, ladle, noodles, carrot and potato die cuts. Using a tutorial from Silhouette on how to make die cuts into Print and Cuts, I created a weekly menu planner. I love this project because you can create a piece of art that matches your kitchen and is functional. Continue reading