Have you tried out my Silhouette Studio PNC Mini Notecards tutorial? Several readers did and I was super thrilled by what they shared on my Facebook wall and email. Here are some of the notecards that were made by you:
Even though the Bugaboo set was released for Valentine's Day, I thought that Blythe was brilliant to use it for this project. Her "Snail Mail" notecards are adorable and perfect for any occasion. No need to wait for Valentine's Day to use one of these!
Jo loves the Slumber Party set and she has made several things with it, including these darling notecards. Jo also made this cute door hanger for her niece by pnc. I love this idea! Too cute!
Paula sent me some pictures of her notecards with a message that she is a newbie. Really? No way, Paula! Your Toadally School cards look too cute and toadally professional. ;-)
Once Jade started making mini-notecards, she's hooked! Jade shared this picture of her notecards on my wall and mentioned that she's addicted and can't stop making them. I love your notecards, Jade! Please don't stop making and sharing them with us.
Instead of making notecards, Nicole used the tutorial to make tags! She is going to use these homemade Slumber Party tags for her daughter's birthday party. Very clever, Nicole!
Lorie didn't make any notecards but she shared her project anyway and boy, am I glad she did. She cut out the Kyoto Kuties and put them in shadow boxes to make frameable art!
Don't they look awesome? I am so going to make these for myself! Thanks for the idea, Lorrie!
Thank you Blythe, Jo, Paula, Jade, Nicole, and Lorie! I appreciate that you took the time to share your pictures with us. Please feel free to grab this badge and display it proudly on your blog. Just copy and paste the code to the sidebar. Thanks for inspiring the rest of us with your projects and clever ideas!
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If you have made a project that was inspired by my blog or tutorial, I would love to see it. You are welcome to post a picture on my Facebook wall or you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org