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31 Silhouette Sketch Pen Project Ideas...Get Your Sketch On

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Silhouette Sketch Pens are a really cool - and easy - way to add sentiments and designs to you Silhouette projects.  They can be used in so many different ways...now that you have taken our 5 part Silhouette Sketch Pen course - your imagination and creativity are your only limits.  If you're looking for ideas and inspiration on how to put your sketch pens to use, check out the 31 amazing projects below and get your sketch on.
These are some of the best Silhouette Sketch Pen projects on Pinterest! 
Click the photo or the caption below it to learn more about each Sketch Pen project. 

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http://randomonpurpose.typepad.com/random_on_purpose/2010/09/white-space.html


Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, butterfly
Silhouette America Blog
Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, monogrammed stationary
Monogrammed Stationary from Sew Dang Cut Crafts

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea


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Christmas gift tags

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, greeting card
Silhouette America

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Crafting in the Night
Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, square frame
Six square frames and a Silhouette sketch pen to make a DIY gallery by Crap I've Made
Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, banner

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, teacher, note card

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, art


Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, gift tag

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, mason jar, art

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, table setting

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, envelope

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, greeting card

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, save the date

Sketch pen, Silhouette, project idea, gift tag



We also asked our Silhouette School Facebook followers to share their Sketch Pen projects and here's a look at their work for even more inspiration!
Ann uses sketch pens to make signs to mark milestones

Family Tree by Ruth
Celise wrote the sentiment with her CAMEO using a sketch pen. The flowers are stamps and watercolor
 
Kate made this adorable card for her son's 3rd birthday
Sandra used various size sketch pens and markers to make this birthday card.
Leah used sketch pens to make teacher gift boxes
Click here for the tutorial on Mama Sonshine

Camille used Sharpies in a modified pen holder to write the sentiment on the inside of this card.
 
Sharon used several 'Stampin' Up'  markers as sketch pens to make this card. "They fit perfectly into the pen holder insert."
Richelle made this card using gel pens
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Monster High Card made with Sketch Pens. Click for the tutorial on Mama Sonshine

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Beckie made this pretty card with two different color sketch pens.

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