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All That Glitters Is Golden

Gold is the rage right now. Have you noticed? It seems that everywhere you turn, there’s some sort of twinkle inView full post »

Baby, I Got Your Number

I love numbers (and letters). It’s one of my most very favorite items to use as accents on a page. It’sView full post »

Duplicating in Silhouette Studio Just Got Easier!

Duplicating….one of my new favorite features in Silhouette Studio Version 3. I’m going to let the videoView full post »

Studio 3: Fonts Now In Inches Too? Oh Happy Day!

So a little bit ago I was helping a neighbor with her Silhouette that she’s had for two years and hadn’tView full post »

Scale Tool? Workin’ Cool.

There was one thing that really bothered me about the Scale tool in the previous Studio software. It didn’t workView full post »

printing + color profiles

First and foremost, let me start off by saying I am in no way an expert when it comes to all things Photoshop/ElementsView full post »

it’s a magicalness kind of day

So a couple weeks ago I shared a serendipitous moment that created a magical photo. Here’s a peek at those photosView full post »

NSD Sale + New Gradients + Video Tutorial

We have a really huge day in store, so grab your favorite beverage and be prepared to be entertained. Okay, maybeView full post »

a ‘tiny’ tip for silhouette cutting

I just made the itty bittiest of cuts using a handwritten cut file from the Happy Stuff kit and thought I’d shareView full post »

magical photos

It’s funny how things work out. I love the word serendipity for that very reason. A fortunate accident. SomethingView full post »

send me a postcard

Postcards are great to pick up while on a trip. You can often find a great slice of life where you are without actuallyView full post »

Did You Know: Zoom+Move

Hey y’all! Just popping in with a quick video tutorial on how Zoom can affect the outcome of using Move, whetherView full post »

New Series: Mix+Match

I have been so excited about launching this new series of tutorials! A couple times a month or so I will be sharing aView full post »

thickening the handwritten words

While the handwritten words work pretty darn well because Silhouette cuts so beautifully, occasionally you may want toView full post »

friday freebie: love this photo + video tutorial

Got a great little freebie for y’all today! Something that can be used for sooooo many things. just ever-soView full post »

using a small piece from a large background

Today I thought I’d show you a quick way to take large background–like the fun new heart background fromView full post »

and so it begins

So true. This is it. Jordan has started her senior year.(it officially starts tomorrow, but she had to go for sophomoreView full post »

nsd week-long celebration!

That’s right ba-by! National Scrapbook Day is this coming Saturday and I want to help you get ready for it! BIGView full post »

silhouette | getting cleaner cuts

One question I get asked a-plenty is “How do you get such clean cuts?” Some of those smaller, more detailedView full post »

items of a delicate nature

Okay, so it’s not what you think, but it got your attention, yes? :) I often get questions about how to cut theView full post »

stamping a scene | homecoming style

When the ever-so lovely Miss Nichol asked if I wanted to participate with her Two Peas Scrapbook Stamping series, ofView full post »

rhinestone template material . . .

from Silhouette . . . it’s not just for rhinestones anymore. “What’s that,” you say? ’tisView full post »

the grand slam

It’s that time of year. Baseball season is in full swing (no pun intended) as indicated by the baseball games IView full post »

storyboards ala story form

So . . . uhhhh  . . . all I can say is . . . WOW! Looks like many of you are just as crazy for the storyboardView full post »

picture this

Okay, if there’s one thing that I think many of you have come to know about me (I’m not talking about myView full post »

making a lace paper

I loooove lacey papers.  And I looooove tone-on-tone backgrounds. You might remember this page I made quite someView full post »

importing GSD/STUDIO files into silhouette

I thought perhaps today would be a good day for a quick tutorial on how to add your purchased GSD/STUDIO files into theView full post »

beALIVE + using this+that digitally

The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newerView full post »

accessing your GSD files

In light of a little thread going on over at Two Peas, I thought perhaps I might share a little step-by-step on how toView full post »