I’m continuing the recent St. Patrick’s Day theme with a fun craft today. I just love the green decor that is popping up everywhere in time for the holiday!
Cat from Pocketful of Posies gathered a group of us together for a Silhouette challenge. You can hop around and see all the other Silhouette projects linked below.
I recently got a Silhouette Cameo and decided to start my Silhouette adventures with a print and cut project for St. Patrick’s Day. I have big plans for the Silhouette but thought I’d start with something simple.
As I mentioned Monday, we’re having a St. Patrick’s Day party, so I made shamrock labels for some of the food we’re making.
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The shamrock I used for these labels was $0.99 from the Silhouette Online Store.
I designed the shamrocks and text using the Silhouette Studio software and printed them off.
Then I used the Silhouette Cameo to get these perfectly cut shamrock labels!
We, of course, are making Irish corned beef sliders to go with the Irish theme.
And guacamole because it’s green, and because I will find any excuse possible to make guacamole.
And sugar cookies (with green frosting) and buffalo chicken dip because they’re delicious.
We have a bunch of party supplies – including these fun DIY shamrock jars – all set!
Remember to hop around and look at the other bloggers’ Silhouette projects!
Hobnail House – Spring Cutout Banner
Pig and Rabbit – Princess Party Favor Bags
Pocketful of Posies – DIY Paper Olive Plants
DIY Passion – Wood Shim Wreath with Paper Flowers
C’mon Get Crafty – Sleeping Baby Delivery Sign
Tried and True – Easter Bunny Carrot Plate
Holy Craft – DIY Custom Phone Case
My Life from Home – Easter Candy Bucket
Knock It Off Kim – Bunny Paper Cut Vase
Dwell Beautiful – Harry Potter Accio Coffee T-shirt
Morena’s Corner – Custom Flocked Birthday Card
Simply Darrling – Upcycled Nautical Anchor Serving Tray
Green With Decor – Making Food Party Labels Using a Silhouette Machine (you’re here!)
Creatively Southern – How to Make Chalkboard Sign with Silhouette Vinyl
Craving Some Creativity – Print and Cut Silhouette Closet Organization Tags
Vintage Romance Style – How to Create Your Childs Silhouette
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