I have some new brush script cards in the Silhouette store today. They are sized 4×6 and 3×4, perfect for journaling and scrapbooking. I scaled them down and used them as tags on little gifts for friends. I love this top quote. It fits me perfectly. With twin toddler boys and a 2 month old baby, my hands are definitely full, but so is my heart. A friend of mine just had twins and I knew this tag was the best fit for her treat.
You can find all of the brush script cards in the Silhouette online store.
The Tea Party Collection papers are finally in the Silhouette Online Store!!! I am limited on the number of designs I can submit per week, so the second part of the collection will be available next week. I wanted this collection to be light and carefree with the pastel colors and ombre/ watercolor. I also added some stability with the navy blue and crisp graphics. I hope you enjoy this line as much as I have.
You can find all the paper shown above in my Silhouette portfolio along with the other coordinating Tea Party cut files.
I’ll be showing more samples of ways you can use this line throughout the next few weeks. You can also click on the links below to see how I used it for a Tea Party
I have a Valentine party coming up that I’m hosting for some friends and their darling kiddos. It is so fun to get together and see the things kids create and talk about while crafting. It’s one of my very favorite things. I’ll be posting some of the fun activities we’ll be doing at the party so you can use them at your parties too.
I want to personalize as much of this party as possible to show the kids how loved they are. I thought a photo banner would be a great way to do that. I asked each mom to send me pictures of their kids with one reason they love them. I printed all the photos and reasons they are loved onto 3×4 cards using the tutorial below. I then added gold glitter to mini clothes pins and finished them with a paper heart. Clip all the pictures to the banner and it’s finished. Each kid will leave with their picture as a little Valentine card from their mom. The cards can then be slipped into Project Life photo sleeves.
When you see 3×4 journaling cards I’m sure most of you think of using them in your Project Life albums. They are perfect for scrapbooking, but they also make great gift tags too. I have 18 new 3×4 journaling cards in the Silhouette store right now and wanted to show you some simple ways to use and embellish them.
The Silhouette Fabric Bundle Promotion ends tomorrow. I thought I’d share a few simple projects using fabric scraps with the Silhouette Fabric Interfacing. The interfacing is easy to use and cuts perfectly with the Silhouette. I also cut some of my shapes free hand. You can iron your fabric shapes onto both fabric and paper. Click here to see the fishing pond game and prize bags I made using the fabric interfacing.
Be sure to get your fabric bundle while the promotion lasts. These are prices you won’t want to miss. You must click HERE to access the promotion pricing, and enter code ROBISON for your discount.
Find all the files in the Silhouette store by clicking on the name of each item below.
I hope you all had a nice Mother’s Day weekend. On Friday I threw a surprise baby shower for a friend. It was so much fun. I’ll be sharing all the details of it later this week. But first, I want to show you these gifts my friend Tara made for her mom and mother-in-law using my 4×6 Mini Album die cut. Aren’t those pictures adorable? They were drawn by the sweetest little girls. Thank you for sharing them with us Tara. They turned out great!
If you have a project you would like to share using any of my designs on the Silhouette, please email them. I’d love to feature your work on my blog.
I feel like Mother’s Day snuck right up on me this year. I can’t believe it is next week. I’ll be sharing some Mother’s Day gift ideas to get the wheels turning until the big day. Since today is National Scrapbook Day, I’m going to start things off with this mini album. It’s fast, easy and involves the entire family. You can’t go wrong there.