46 Silhouette Posts to Help You Learn More About Your Cameo, Curio, Portrait, or Mint

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2018 is quickly coming to a close and what a great year it has been! I’m more convinced than ever that crafters in general – and Silhouette crafters in particular – are some of the most wonderful people in the world!!! I’ve enjoyed getting to know you better through my classes, workshops, and the comments you leave here on the blog. I hope I’ve been able to help a few of you learn a little more about your Silhouette machines and inspire you to try some new things. To recap the year, here’s a list of blog posts all written with YOU, the Silhouette crafter, in mind:


10 Reasons Why Your Silhouette Cameo or Portrait Isn’t Cutting

Silhouette Blades: Which One is Right for You?

Silhouette Tips and Tricks from the Pros!

12 Simple Tips for Getting Started with your Silhouette


Machines & Software

How to Update your Silhouette Firmware (and why you should!)

There’s a New Kid in Town: The Silhouette Portrait 2

Silhouette Studio Preferences: Changing the Display Colors

Silhouette Studio Preferences: Tool Options

Silhouette Studio: Taking the Fear Out of Version 4 – An Overview

Silhouette Studio: Taking the Fear Out of Version 4 – Page Setup Panel

Silhouette Studio: Taking the Fear Out of Version 4 – Send Panel

Silhouette Studio: Taking the Fear Out of Version 4 – Quick Access Tool Bar (Part 1)

Silhouette Studio: Taking the Fear Out of Version 4  – Quick Access Tool Bar (Part 2)



DIY Faux Leather Earrings using your Silhouette Cameo or Portrait

DIY Faux Leather Earrings Using Hobby Lobby Faux Leather Ribbon

More DIY Faux Leather Earrings – and a FREE cut file!

How to Make Scratch-off Valentine Cards using Silhouette Scratch-off Sticker Sheets

How to Create a Custom Stamp Using the Silhouette Mint

Creative Cutters: Rolled Paper Flowers

Creative Cutters: Bless You Jars

Creative Cutters: DIY Fall Fridge Magnets and More

How to Make a Quilt Label Using Terial Magic and Your Silhouette

DIY Personalized Doormat using your Silhouette Cameo

How to Create Custom Water-Resistant Labels Using Your Silhouette

DIY Chalkboard Kitchen Command Center

LW Twist Pop Card BOO: A Silhouette Tutorial

How to make a Money Pad using your Silhouette


Ideas & Inspiration

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas To Make with Your Silhouette

Creative Cutters: String Art using the Rhinestone Tool in Silhouette Studio

Creative Cutters: Glass Etching (and more!)

Creative Cutters: Tattoos & Glitter

Creative Cutters: Acrylics 101

Creative Cutters: Getting into the Christmas Spirit!


Product Reviews

Oramask 813 Stencil Film: What I Like About It & Why

Product Review: SparkleBerry Ink Monthly Box

Choosing a Heat Press That’s Right for You

Introducing the Craft Pro Heat Press



Making the Cut: Peg Caron of Working Pretty

Making the Cut: Carole Firstenberger

Making the Cut: Linda Majewski of Paper Home and Garden



Silhouette Saturday March 2018 Recap

It’s Time for the Silhouette Holiday Workshop!

A recap of All Things Silhouette 2018 & the Silhouette Holiday Workshop



Becoming a Terri Johnson Creates Licensed Silhouette Instructor

2018 Silhouette Crafter’s Gift Guide – Part 1

2018 Silhouette Crafter’s Gift Guide – Part 2


THANK YOU to each and every one of you who has supported my efforts over the last year. I appreciate you so much! There are already several great things planned for 2019 and I can’t wait to share more about them as the year progresses. Make sure to subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss a single one!

Until next time,

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