Ready or not, it’s 2018! We are ready, which means we have new free downloadable SVG designs to get you on track for goals and good habits. Aaron Meyers created unique designs for (1) good habit forming chart, (1) resolutions chart, and (2) greeting cards. They work with electronic cutting machines, like the Silhouette CAMEO 3 and the Explore Air 2. All you have to do is upload the SVG files to your machine, load material, and then watch while your sophisticate machine does all the work. You can download the files from the links are at the bottom of this post. If you do not see the download links, it means you are reading the post within the blog feed and need to click on the article to reveal them.
At CraftDirect, we’ve wanted to do a Sweet Sugarbelle cookie cutter project for quite some time, so I took the opportunity this Christmas break. I visited my nieces (ages 13 and 9) and nephew (age 4) in Georgia where it was bitter cold and gray, the type of weather that is perfect for cookie baking. Everyone was happy to participate, and we all had fun. The great thing about Sweet Sugarbelle is their products make it easy to create intricate sugar cookie designs using stencils and other helpful accessories.
Because I’m from Arizona, I thought the kids would like to get a little taste of the desert, so I selected the Cactus Cookie Cutter Set. It includes two cookie cutters, two templates, and two instruction cards. In addition to that, we used Disposable Piping Bags and a few household utensils, like butter knives and spatulas. Since we’ve been selling Sweet Sugarbelle, I’ve wondered what the templates look like. It turns out they are made of thin, clear plastic. You punch out the shapes to get the positive and the negative stencil: Continue reading “Sweet Sugarbelle Project: Cactus Cookie Cutters Set” »