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Monday, July 29, 2013

Jin's Ee-i-ee-i-o Stationery Set

We're in the middle of Summer Break and since the last day of school, the twins have been talking about sending letters to their friends. Sure, they have email too but I guess they think that it is more fun to do it the old school way? Pardon the pun. :)

Even though they've already written and sent their letters, I thought I'd go ahead and make them another letter stationery set anyway. I had enjoyed making my previous kit and I thought that the Eeieeio collection would be great for this project.

Using Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and the Eeieeio GRAPHICS set, I prepared the layout and print-and-cut the whole thing out. Here are the screenshots of the letter set with envelopes and stickers:

Unlike last year's set, I didn't make a box for this kit. I think I might just put the whole thing in a folder or something. I haven't yet decided and looking at the rate that the girls are using these up, I'm not sure if there's going to be anything left to store anyway. :-)

Oh lookie! It's LD's first llama! :-)

Eeieeio graphic set
Eeieeio paper pack
A2 String-Tie Envelopes


  1. Oh My Gosh....these are so darn cute! I wish I had little ones around to do this for!!

  2. So so lovely Jin, and that old fashioned typewriter is to die for!

  3. I just love your stationery sets. It's sheer magic what you can do with a Cameo... and I too wish I had little ones around to do this for!

  4. Very cute I love the idea. How did you do the stickers? what paper did you use? I have the Silhoutte machine and I don´t use it very often.

  5. Precious! I don't have the Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and the Eeieeio GRAPHICS set you mentioned, nor am I crafty. Do you make and sell these? They'd go perfectly with one of our stories, Click Clack Moo Cows that Type. I'd love to put them in my writing station at school. What a treat for the kiddos!