This past month has been a busy one for me! I launched my new blog called The Art in Martha, a creative living blog! The Art in Martha is a place to spark your creativity and find inspiration. You will find a little bit of everything there: DIY, crafts, sewing, stuff for the kids, tutorials, parenting tips from a creative perspective, and of course Silhouette CAMEO projects.
I invite you to come on over and check out The Art in Martha. Here’s the latest from the new blog: a Mother’s Day Tea Party Gift Set. Click here to get all the details.
And while you’re there, don’t forget to subscribe to The Art in Martha. As a bonus, you’ll get this free printable (and 3 others!) when you sign up. I send out a newsletter biweekly to keep you up to date with all things creative and all thing Silhouette CAMEO.
Take care and see you over at The Art in Martha!
I’m up on the Silhouette America blog sharing a St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt tutorial. I think that the pot of gold is fun all on its own too!
I have a couple of kids projects up on the Silhouette America blog.
Make this cute Ladybug Valentine craft with your little ones using Silhouette’s stamp material.
This puppet theatre is great for the classroom or home. Click here for the the details on how to build this project.
Go and check out my latest post on the Silhouette Blog.
This one is too cute not to share. Check out my latest Halloween project on the Silhouette America blog.
Here is my latest kid’s craft contribution for the Silhouette America blog. You can find all the details here.
Here’s the latest post for the Silhouette America Blog. It’s a fast and easy project to make with your Silhouette- the Inchworm Pencil Topper. Could it be any cuter?
Here’s my latest post for the Silhouette America Blog, play clothes apron and oven mitt. Check out the post here!
It’s coming close to the end of summer so stay tuned for some original silhouette projects!
Hi there! It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post…I had every intention of posting while I was on a lovely vacation to Disney World, but I was so exhausted in the evenings that I chose to crash instead! The weather in Orlando was AMAZING (like 28 degrees Celsius). What a nice break from this awful winter in Manitoba (and yes, it still looks like winter out there). I have to admit, I am now questioning why I choose to live in one of the coldest places on earth. I’m sure everyone has their own tales of winter woes and are getting sick of hearing about it, so lets get onto this week’s Silhouette project!
As you can see, it’s the day before Easter and I just realized that my son does not have an Easter basket for collecting all his little treasures! Thank goodness for my Silhouette. I whipped up these adorable baskets in less than 15 minutes. I love this pattern from Lori Whitlock. First, no glue is needed to make this 3D basket, only brads. Second, the assembly takes literally a minute. And third, what little kid wouldn’t love collecting eggs in this cute little basket?
There really is no need to give a tutorial for this shape. The design ID for this 3D Easter Basket shape is #40413. I simply enlarged the basket to fit US Letter paper, set my cut settings to a medium weight card stock, clicked Send to Silhouette and voila! I am now ready to the big hunt tomorrow morning!
Take care and Happy Easter to you all,