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:
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.
- Cardstock: Conqueror
- die cut: Meet Twillip
- patterned paper: Lori Whitlock
- Die cut: Dressup Twillip
- printable heat transfer vinyl (from specialty graphics supply)
- Swarovski hot fix crystals
- silver glitter heat transfer vinyl (from Specialty Graphics Supply)
~Here's to the creative journey