My Top 10 Silhouette Projects

*This post contains affiliate links. My favorable opinion of {and borderline obsession with} my Silhouette Cameo is 100% my own. 😀 For more information, see my disclosures here.*

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For the longest time I lived without a cutting machine, and I survived. I spent WAY too long cutting out materials by hand and did things the hard way far too often, but I made it. Then for Valentine’s Day this year, my super amazing hubby gave me the best gift ever: my Silhouette Cameo! I was so excited and could not wait to put it to work. It certainly did not disappoint– I LOVE this thing! I thought it would be fun to take a little trip down Silhouette memory lane visit my top 10 favorite projects I’ve done with my favorite crafting tool so far. {And be sure to read through to the end for a special announcement!} Here we go!

My Top 10 Silhouette Projects

10. Inexpensive Frame Fillers

I love to decorate seasonally, but I don’t love to spend a lot of money to do it! To create some free seasonal decor, I use plain card stock and my Silhouette to make simple framed art for all seasons!

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9. Super Simple Drink Tags

It’s all about presentation when it comes to party decor, right? I used the sketch pen feature of my Silhouette to create these adorable drink tags, and I love the way they turned out!

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8. Custom Signage

I had always admired the beautifully lettered signs that other bloggers used in their decor, but I was too intimidated to try one myself. Once I had my Silhouette to help, though, it became SO easy! I just had the machine cut my lettering, I placed it on the board, painted over it, and peeled it up, and I had my very own custom sign!

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7. Paper Flowers Galore!

I kind of had a “thing” for rolled flowers even when I was cutting them out by hand; once my Silhouette was doing the cutting for me, I became obsessed! Paper flowers everywhere, I say!

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6. Stenciled Storage

How fun it it to take a plain white box and turn it into something amazing?! With a few Sharpies and a stencil created by my Silhouette, this little box went from drab to fab– such a simple project, but it made a huge difference!

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5. Labels Everywhere!

We all know I was a bit label-obsessed anyway, but getting my Silhouette kicked my obsession up another notch! Nearly every vessel in my Fabulously Feminine Home Office received a sweet little vinyl label, courtesy of my Cameo!

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4. An Organized Pantry

I don’t know about you, but in my house, the pantry is one of the most challenging places to keep organized! More vinyl Silhouette labels fixed that problem right up, and my pantry has never looked better!

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3. Simple and Sophisticated DIY Art

This DIY art project was so easy, and it really makes a stunning statement in our home. I simply used my Silhouette to cut vinyl wording, placed it in a floating frame, and I had instant art!

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2. Fabulous No-Sew Pillows

It’s no secret that I choose not sewing over sewing any day of the week, so I used an inexpensive IKEA pillow cover + heat transfer vinyl cut by my Silhouette to create these awesome pillows without sewing one stitch!

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1. Freshened Up Furniture

My very favorite Silhouette project that I’ve done so far was actually the very first one I tried! I had an old, worn out chair that I wanted to bring back to life, and some paint + a stencil cut by my Cameo ended up being the perfect way to do it!

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What favorite Silhouette projects have you done lately?

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*This post contains affiliate links. My favorable opinion of {and borderline obsession with} my Silhouette Cameo is 100% my own. 😀 For more information, see my disclosures here.*

7 Comments

  1. Lindsay @ Lindsay Weighs In says:

    Oh my goodness, I LOVE that pillow!

  2. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet says:

    I had no idea how MUCH you had done with your Silhouette since this Feb. Girl, you and your Silhouette were clearly MFEO! Looking forward to looking more closely at these 10 gems…and to see the many projects to come. Everything you do, you do with excellence, so I know it’s going to blow our minds. 😉

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Thank you so much for your encouragement, friend! I feel like I still have SO much to learn with it, but I’m loving the process! Hope you’re having a wonderful week!

      ~Abby =)

  3. Karen Marie Kedzuch says:

    Abby,
    I love my silhouette so much I bought two on an amazing Sale. I also have the pink wheeled travel bag and and my Cameo has traveled many places for projects. Abby is right this Silhouette Cameo has made being creative more fun plus, easier.
    Make some magic,
    Karen Marie

    1. justagirlabby says:

      What?! I so need a cute pink travel bag! How fun! Hope you have a great week, Miss Karen!

      ~Abby =)

  4. Michelle D says:

    Abby,
    Lovely projects, I have been thinking about taking the plunge for awhile…just did with your promotional code. So excited to see what I can make, I am also a stampin up demonstrater and the girls have told me the mds software is all compatible, I hope that is right. I am also in the process if reading your new e-book. Thank you fir all your inspiration, just found you and looming forward to going back and reading you posts. Hugs.

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Aww, thank you so much, Michelle! I know you will love it– it is an amazing machine! I’m sure you’ll be able to do a ton with it with all of your Stampin’ Up experience! Enjoy!!

      ~Abby =)

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