Hello lovely friends!
Today I bring you my second layout that I created for the “T is for Tags” challenge over at For the Love of Pretty Paper.
For this layout I used my Silhouette Cameo to design and cut part of the title, that says Familia (family in Spanish). It was very easy to create from scratch and it can be done with very basic knowledge of the software!
Here is my layout:
In addition to the tags for the title, I also put some journalling on a tag and hid it behind one of the squares of pattern paper.
Thanks for visiting and read you soon!
I am on the Silhouette UK blog today with a step by step tutorial on how to make a card from scratch using the offset function. I hope you will pop over and have a look!
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I am on the Silhouette UK blog today with a tutorial on how to use the sketch pens in the new Version 4 of the software. I only updraded to version 4 the day before yesterday, so it was interesting finding my way around in the new interface! Some features are more straightforward now, but others are harder to find! And yes, you guessed it right, sketching in different colours was one of those harder-to-find features!
Anyway, please join me on the blog for the step by step tutorial, and I hope it’s useful for you!
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Hello lovely likers!
I am on the Silhouette UK blog today with a step by step tutorial on how I made a very quick batch of thank you cards using the Replicate tool on Silhouette Studio. Please pop over the blog to read on!
These are the cards I created:
The red cardstock is Bazzill Cajun, which I had leftover from a couple of years ago when I made the wedding invitations of a friend of mine. The blue pattern paper is from Stampin Up. And I also used the Silhouette black sketch pen!
I hope this tutorial was useful and read you soon!
Yesterday I had a not-so-great day. Things went a bit pear shaped, both in the craft side and in the day-job side. So I knew I had to keep away from my desk, as I can’t scrapbook when I am not in the right mood. I “can”, but my creations normally show my mood and are not very good.
So I left it all well alone for most of the day until the evening, when I took the opportunity to sit down in my garden, enjoying the last of the sunshine, and had time to relax, clear my mind and go back to my desk with the right mindset.
And this is the layout I created, using the super cool “You Rock” collection by Cocoa Vanilla Studio which I got from Lottie Loves Paper recently.
The title I created from scratch with my Silhouette Cameo.
And a couple more close ups:
I hope you have liked it and thanks for popping over!