Mojo Monday and Meet Twillip!

Hey all!

I'm back (finally) to apologize for being so busy this past week and to show you some of the stuff I've been busy with. I have been working on a bunch of sets for my Etsy shop and have finally posted them! My sister Rachel did a few sketches for me of  a little girl mouse named Twillip and I have turned her into some darling new cutting files/clip art. Here are the sets now up on my Etsy shop:

I was inspired by this week's Mojo Monday sketch here:
To create this card:

You don't have to have a Silhouette to use these files. The set comes with a jpg, svg, and 2 silhouette files: 1 print and cut and one just cut. You can use her as clipart or with any die-cutting machine software that can import .svgs. Here I printed and cut her layers and then put them all together and added a few shading details with Copics. The border is my design and the digital background paper is Lori Whitlock.
Isn't she darling? I had so much fun dressing her up! I designed her to be like a paper doll so if you get all three sets you can mix and match them and they all fit perfectly. Each set is $1.99 and are available here
Here are the images of the three sets:
One of my piano students also does ballet so I used some printable heat transfer vinyl to make her a ballet bag using the Dressup Twillip set:

I cut it out with my Silhouette to make things easier but you can also just cut roughly around it with scissors if you don't have a Silhouette, the vinyl basically disappears. Be careful not to over heat it though, I messed it up a little bit on the legs and ear by doing that. I cut the word "Dance" in glittery vinyl and ironed it on and  added Swarovski rhinestones, tulle, and a bit of ribbon to make her special.

 Card Ingredients:
  • Cardstock: Conqueror
  • die cut: Meet Twillip
  • patterned paper: Lori Whitlock
Bag Ingredients:

 ~Here's to the creative journey


  1. I love what you are doing with your creativity. :) I can't wait til Rosie has her own room that we can really spruce up. :D

    1. thanks gabe! Can't wait for princess rose to be old enough to enjoy crafts!

  2. This little mouse is adorable...I may have to add her to my collection. Love how you bring these drawings to life!