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Monogrammed Phone Charger Decals

Do you have a hard time keeping up with your phone charger or know someone who does? Well, maybe you need to personalize your phone charger with a monogrammed vinyl sticker! I used the print and cut feature on my Silhouette to create one using printable vinyl. First, I measured my charger to get the

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Layered Personalized Water Bottles

Hi everyone, I’m Ana and today I’m going to show you a simple project that you can do on just about anything.  I’m going to layer vinyl on water bottles for a kid’s party favor. Materials needed: At least two different colors of vinyl.  I really prefer to use the permanent outdoor vinyl for cups

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Disney Autograph Pillowcases

Hi, I’m Heather. Today I’m going to share with you an idea I have for our upcoming trip to Disney World. The last time we went, we had the characters sign Autograph Books. The kids have rarely looked at them since. This time around,  I wanted our kids to have a keepsake that is meaningful

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Layering HTV on your child’s clothing

Supplies: Sweater or T-shirt. Vinyl (two different types or more) Fluorescent Blue – Heat Transfer Siser Easyweed Fluorescent Yellow  – Heat Transfer Siser Easyweed Step One: First I design my son’s name in Silhouette Studio. I write the name in the font I like.     Step Two: Second we have to offset the image, and

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Lighted Glass Craft Blocks

Hi!  Emily here again with another fun, easy and impressive winter/Christmas craft for you!  This one makes a great gift.  For this craft you’ll need: glass craft blocks (available at most craft stores) glass etching cream a paintbrush rubber gloves black vinyl masking tape mini Christmas lights Glass craft blocks are available in many sizes.

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‘Tween Christmas Pajamas

I have been giving my nieces Christmas pajamas since they were born. It was always so much fun picking out cute sets to give them on Christmas Eve. But now that they are getting older, 12 and 9, it’s harder finding pajamas that aren’t babyish. So I decided to make them some this year using Heat

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