in Silhouette Studio
Hope you are all having a wonderful summer! Today I’m sharing a link to my latest YouTube video on how to make a snowflake cut file in Silhouette Studio.
If you make a cut file, you have to make something with it. Right?
I’ve been wanting to a Christmas in July project all month!
Well, I decided to make this cute snowman tag and use one of my own snowflake cut files in my design. If you don’t want to make your own snowflake cut file you can download mine HERE.
There is also a set of six snowflakes on my Free SVG page HERE.
In addition to making snowflakes, the snowman is also a file that I created in Silhouette Studio. What’s so fun is that it is for use with the sketch pens.
Sketch pens are such a fun way to make crafts with your Silhouette machine.
I also created an offset for this file so that you can do a print and cut or sketch and cut. Ungroup the offset from the image to draw right on a card or tag front.
You’ll be able to link to the sketch SVG file for the snowman with the button below. You’ll get a zipped folder with the SVG, offset and an example PNG.
I used just the black sketch pen to sketch the snowman with my Cameo 3. Then I used some brush markers to add just a little color. The image was cut out and I used foam pop-up dots for dimension.
Sketch pens are so versatile and pretty inexpensive.
Add some sparkle to your tag!
How about adding a little sparkle. Stickles are one of my favorite products for doing just that. I used Stardust and Silver Stickles.
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The tag file was also made in Silhouette Studio and an offset created for the background. The overall dimension is about 2″ x 3″. You can create your own tag files by simply welding shapes in Silhouette Studio.
Just a little bit of twine from Dollar Tree completes this tag.
Wouldn’t these elements look great on a handmade card? I’d love to hear what you think.
If you make something with either your snowflake cut file or even the snowman sketch, please share it on my Facebook page. I’d love to build a little crafting community where you can showcase your projects!
Want some other Christmas craft inspiration?