As you probably heard….since I’ve been talking about it all week! ha!….my kiddos have gone back to school! It has been so quiet with them gone all day long! I miss them like crazy, but it has given me a chance to start on some new projects with my Silhouette! Yay!
Today I’d love to show you how I made this super easy teacher gift using a Silhouette Sketch Pen & my CAMEO. It was so fast, too! I also have a fun Silhouette Sketch Pen promotion to tell you about AND a Silhouette Portrait™ giveaway!! Yes, I said giveaway!! So keep on reading! 😉
Don’t you love that hand-drawn chalkboard look? Annnd I made it in under 5 minutes using my CAMEO & a white Silhouette Sketch Pen! Before I show you how I made it I’ll let you know about this month’s Silhouette promotion that is all about Silhouette Sketch Pens! Yay! 🙂
When you visit the Silhouette promotion page & use the code GINGERSNAP you can get:
(1) Silhouette CAMEO plus sketch pen starter pack, metallic and glitter collection packs, plus a $25 gift card and a *penholder for $269.99 (That’s $88.96 off the retail price.)
(2) Silhouette Portrait plus sketch pen starter pack, metallic and glitter collection packs, plus a $25 gift card and a penholder for $129.99 (That’s $108.96 off the retail price.)
(3) Sketch pen starter pack, metallic and glitter collection packs, plus a penholder for $19.99 (That’s $13.97 off the retail price.)
*If you haven’t seen the new Silhouette penholder check out this video. With the penholder you can use any pen with your Silhouette!
Remember to snag these deals you’ll need to go to the special Silhouette promotion page & use the code GINGERSNAP.
I love using the Silhouette Sketch Pens! They come in so many fun colors even metallic & glitter!
To use these you simply switch out the blade for a pen, change your settings to sketch pen, use a cutting mat & some paper & you’re ready to go! 🙂
For this project I used some black card stock & a white Silhouette Sketch pen. I found this image in the Silhouette online store. TIP: I wanted this to fit a 5×7 frame. So I made a 5 inch by 7 inch box on the screen & then I knew just what size to make my image. 🙂
I love how it turned out! If you follow me on instagram you saw my project sneak peek….yes, I totally changed it up after I posted! ha! 🙂
Now are you ready for a Silhouette Portrait™ Giveaway??? 🙂
Enter in the form below. Good luck! 🙂
For another Silhouette Sketch Pen project ~check out this dry erase frame I made.