This project combines sketch pens and cut designs. I started by sketching out the sentiments on white cardstock.
If you don't have either of these designs, may I suggest a google image search and trace?
For both projects, I duplicated the stems and made some larger and smother smaller sizes then I welded several stems together. The welding was just to eliminate having 10 different stem pieces. Instead, I had 3 larger pieces with several stems each. If you look closely you can see where the pieces attach at the leaves.
The clouds I used in the vertical print were one of the free designs that came with my Silhouette library. I did an offset to get the outline. But before I cut, I used a sketch pen to sketch the text on the original size clouds. The text was filled in using the internal offset trick. The same thing applies to the little label on the flower pot in the other print.
Once all the pieces were cut, I used a glue stick to glue the cut pieces onto the cardstock. Then we had each of the children in the class use their fingerprint to make a flower. I just used a black pen to label the flowers so the teachers remembered what a great class they had!
Once all the paint and glue was dry I picked up the white 8x10 frames at the craft store and framed them. The teachers really seemed to like them.
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Thanks for coming to class today at Silhouette School. If you like what you see, I'd love for you to pin it!