Great Lakes Map Wall Art

As soon as Stacie at Stars for Streetlights saw an artistic map of the Great Lakes for over $100, she knew she had to try to make it. She ended up turning the project over to Sean, a Chicago native with a connection to the lakes and also the patience to cut out five layers of cardstock with an X-Acto knife! I must say I am pretty much in awe of Sean’s steady hand. Even up close, the map looks fabulous!

great lakes topography map wall art

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Glitter Snowflake Ornaments

Dawn from Designed by Dawn Nicole knew she wanted to make some sparkly snowflake ornaments as soon as she saw them in the Pottery Barn Kids catalog. Since they were made of cardstock, Dawn knew she could easily recreate her own. She designed and printed them on the computer and then cut them out and […Read More]

Boys Transportation Wall Art

Jeni from Becoming Martha has recently completed her very first knock off! (Whoopie! You go, Girl!) I gotta say she did a pretty awesome with this set of transportation wall art for her son’s room. Here’s the super impressive part… Jeni freehanded and actually painted the truck, boat, and plane to give them the same […Read More]

Pretty Paper Bird Garland

Using cardstock and ribbon, Nancy from Owen’s Olivia made a cute bird garland to adorn her entryway table. Nancy opted for cardstock to save time and money; however, fabric would also work well. This could be a good use for all that scrap fabric piling up. I think this garland would be super cute for […Read More]

Children’s Sea Animal Wall Plaques

Kerri-Lynn from My Crazy Decorating Addiction needed playroom artwork appropriate for both her 1-year old twin boys and 7-year daughter. These sea animal wooden plaques were the perfect solution. This was Kerri-Lynn’s first project with her Silhouette machine. I am absolutely head over heels for mine because it makes creating amazing projects like this one […Read More]