Today I have a special treat here on the blog because I’m interviewing someone whose work I greatly admire, Kelly Wayment! Kelly is a very busy lady who wears many hats – wife, mom, accountant, volunteer, blogger, and teacher just to name a few. Currently serving her fifth term as part of Silhouette America’s Creative Design Team, Kelly lives in Utah with her husband and four children where she shares her knowledge of the Cameo, Portrait, Curio, and Mint through tutorials published on the Silhouette America blog as well as on her own website, FindingTimeToCreate.com.
When I think of Kelly, I can’t help but think of a lot of “firsts” in my life. Continue reading →
I’m back home from the June 2017 All Things Silhouette Conference and while the fun in Atlanta has ended (for now), spending the weekend with almost 500 fellow Silhouette enthusiasts has only intensified my love for these machines and all they are capable of. I’m already looking forward to the November conference!
Ready for Silhouette America’s special announcement!
Even the tickets were beautiful
A few of the TJC Licensed Instructors who attended
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The All Things Silhouette Conference has just wrapped up for the weekend. What a great conference it has been! One of the best parts about events like this is seeing how other people use their machines . Yesterday was “swap day” and it was so much fun to look at everyone’s entries. As promised here is a complete tutorial of my project – glass bead magnets with designs created in Silhouette Studio.
These magnets were very easy to make but a learning opportunity nonetheless. I’ll save you a bit of time right off the bat and tell you what I found out through a bit of trial and error: Continue reading →