Echo Park: 3d Paper Kitchen Mixer

Welcome a new neighbor, or let an existing one know how much you appreciate them, with this adorable Kitchen Mixer Gift set.
I immediately fell in love with the friendly, bright colors of the Echo Park Happiness is Homemade collection and couldn’t wait to create something fun with these papers!
I chose to create a 3D Kitchen Mixer Gift Set using my Silhouette Cameo Machine and a cut file I purchased online from Cre8tive Cutz. I used the Solid Red/Yellow Paper and the yellow gingham Spoonful of Sugar papers for the base of my mixer. The sunny yellow is sure to brighten anyone’s day!
The Pastry Stripes paper and cute icons on the Kitchen Essentials papers were the perfect choices to use to cut the accent pieces.
The bowl was created with the blue polka dot Tea Time paper. I added some white scallop felt trim from my stash along the top edge and then filled it with chocolate candy kisses.
The base of this mixer lifts up, so you could even add more chocolate kisses to the inside, if you’d like!
I added a fun cluster of elements to the top corner of the mixer as a focal point. I just love the way the doily stickers look with the kitchen utensils peeking out here-and-there. I then added die cut flowers created with the Flower #3 and Flower #4 Die Sets to both the cluster and to the mixing bowl. Buttons tied with twine in the center of each flower add a homespun feel!
Finally, write out a few favorite recipes on the cut apart recipe cards from the 4×6 Journaling Cards Paper to add to your gift … maybe include a recipe for Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies to help use up all those chocolate kisses?
Charcoal Grey Linen Designer CardstockHappiness is Homemade Collection:Solids Paper PackRed/Yellow Solid PaperSpoonful of Sugar PaperPastry Stripes PaperKitchen Essentials PaperTea Time Paper4×6 Journaling Cards Paper6×6 Paper Pad12×12 Element StickerEphemeraFlower #3 Die SetFlower Set #4 Die Set, Buttons, White Crochet Twine, Felt Scallop Trim, Adhesives and Foam Dots, Hot Glue Gun, Scissors, Manual Die Cut Machine, Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine, Cre8tive Cutz 3D Kitchen Mixer Cut File

I hope you enjoyed this project! Thank you so much for stopping by!


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Carta Bella Paper: A Gift Box that is Sew Cute!

I love creating unique gift boxes to wow my friends and family. I have several people in my life who sew and couldn’t wait to use the Carta Bella Metropolitan Girl collection to create this adorable sewing machine gift box.
I cut the body of the sewing machine using the City Flowers Paper. I love the flowers on this paper! It looks like fancy embroidery … perfect fit for the sewing theme. The bottom and end pieces are cut using the Let’s Shop Paper.
All of the girly accents in this collection are so perfect for the women in our lives! I accented the base of the machine with a strip of the Show Lover striped paper to add more color and then created a fun cluster of elements as a decorative focal point. I love the “Happy Girl” quote by Audrey Hepburn, trimmed from the Affirmations Paper.
I can’t wait to add some goodies and a gift card into the box in the base to give to someone special.
Natural White Linen Designer CardstockCharcoal Grey Linen Designer CardstockMetropolitan Girl CollectionShoe Lover PaperCity Flowers PaperLet’s Shop PaperAffirmations Paper6×6 Paper Pad12×12 Element Sticker6×13 ChipboardEphemera PackEnamel Dots, Silver Glitter Paper, Silhouette Cameo 3 Electronic Die Cutting Machine, Sewing Machine 3D Box by Snapdragon Snippets (Design #137162 in the Silhouette Design Store), White Crochet Twine, Trimmer, Scissors, Adhesives

Have fun creating!


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WINNER and It’s a Silhouette Christmas Party!



Thank you so much for all of the comments and great feedback you have left for me on the Carta Bella Christmas Delivery Giveaway post! I always LOVE hearing from my readers!

It’s time to announce the WINNER of the following Carta Bella Christmas Delivery goodies!


The WINNER is ….

….drumroll ….


CONGRATULATIONS, Lisa Kingston!!! I will be contacting you on the email you left with your comment requesting your shipping address. I will get these goodies out to you ASAP and hopefully, you will have time to do some creating with them before the holidays are over! Enjoy!


If you are planning a Christmas party this year, have I got some fun ideas for you today!


First off, set the stage by decorating your mantle, front door, or stair rail with a fun banner. Here are a few shots of the details.



Next, set each place setting in a special way. I found these green plates and mugs at the Dollar Tree. With a place mat, doilie, decorated mug and napkin ring … anything can be special … even paper plates!



Decorate each plate with a little paper house. Put a treat or a battery-operated tea light inside … or both!


Place a row of mason jar snowglobes down the center of the table for a wintry feel!


Or how about this cute, stacked snowman?


The kids at the kids table deserve a fancy treat, too!


These character canister boxes would look cute sitting on a shelf, or adorning the table.


Need a thank you note, or a holiday card to attach to that special gift?


There’s so many fun things you can create with your Silhouette machine. Find these designs and MORE in the Silhouette Design Store.

Happy Creating!


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Echo Park Paper: Christmas Ornament with Deck the Halls

The first thing I want to do when decorating my home for the holidays is put up the Christmas tree! The twinkling lights and glittering ornaments immediately put me in the mood for the Christmas season.
For my ornament today, I am using the Deck the Halls collection. I love the gold foil accents included throughout … and thought it would be perfect for catching the light and adding a bit of shimmer to our tree.
First, I created a frame ornament base using the Festive Plaid Paper, with it’s shimmering gold foil lines, for the outer frame. The blue snowy background of the Border Strips Paper is the perfect backdrop for the Christmas tree sticker from the Element Sticker sheet.
I cut the frame ornament using my Silhouette Cameo machine and a cut file from the Spirits of Christmas Past SVG Kit by
On top of the tree, I placed the “Merry” chipboard sticker. Below the tree the “Tis’ the Season” chipboard sticker, accented with a holly sticker, gives the tree something to rest on.
My favorite part of this ornament has got to be the floral cluster at the top. I die cut several holly leaves (Floral Holly Die Set) from Classic Green Felt Designer Cardstock to place behind the chipboard sticker. The lighter green berry sprigs were created using the Autumn Leaves Die Set and the green side of the Festive Plaid Paper.
For more dimension, I used the Floral Holly Die Set again to cut a couple of poinsettia flowers from Scarlet Red Designer Cardstock. The center of the flower gets a little sparkle and shine with the glittery gold enamel dots.
I can’t wait to place this ornament on my Christmas tree this year! It’s the perfect little vignette of what I love about the season … a glittering Christmas tree against softly falling snow.
SUPPLIESDeck the Halls Collection: Festive Plaid PaperHoliday Trees PaperBorder Strips Paper12×12 Element Sticker6×13 ChipboardEnamel DotsScarlet Red Felt Designer CardstockClassic Green Felt Designer CardstockAutumn Leaves Die SetFloral Holly Die Set, Silhouette Cameo Machine, Spirits of Christmas Past SVG Kit by
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