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Silhouette Project Ideas & Inspiration (Student Project Saturdays #10)


Welcome to the 10th Student Project Saturday where we share reader projects that have been submitted throughout the previous week on our Facebook page.

To submit a project just leave a post on our Facebook page with a photo and a brief explanation of the project if you feel it needs explaining.

If you have a blog or an Etsy shop or some type of social media you'd like us to link back to leave that, too!  Otherwise we'll be crediting with just a first name (for privacy purposes.) 

And here's this week's A+ Student Projects:
Kendra made this amazing chalkboard easel! Chalkboard easel I built it for a bridal shower. Instead of using chalk on it so it wouldn't get smudged while transporting, I used white contact paper, so much cheaper than vinyl. After the bridal shower my friend peeled off the lettering and her son uses it for his masterpieces.
Marci made this cute cup for her niece who loevs turtles.
Jessica made this adorable silhouette print for the grandmas for Mother's Day.
Korit made these pretty personalized wine glasses for her mom and her friends for their annual cabin trip.

Jill made these personalized water bottles for her son's baseball team
Cheryl made a vinyl window decal for her daughter's dance studio.
Jennifer made some cute party decorations and cupcake toppers with her Silhouette.
Joanna personalized some items as a birthday gift! She even made the card with the same Minnie theme. Cute!
Teresa repurposed this old window into a fabulous new piece!
Heather made this cute baby gift for a friend.
Sandy made this stunning butterfly box card.
Alica made these tote bags for teacher gifts for dance recital night!
Tammie made these Patriotic blocks just in time for Memorial Day & 4th of July!
Jessica was busy with HTV!
Camilla made this adorable sign to hang her children's art work!
Krista made this mug for a friend.

Ashley's first Silhouette project is a winner! Great job!
The lovely mom-daughter team over at My Paper Craze created this adorable Summer Activity Center for the kids! Check out the tutorial here.

Gale used her Silhouette to freshen up an old piece of art.

Jessica made these shirts with HTV.  "Lots of breaking the image apart..... Shirts for Quads party!
Sharon shared her latest project.  "I made my son a set of Despicable Me characters using the print & cut feature. It took lots of Google image searching, and I still haven't found a good El Macho or Kyle, but they are a lot of fun."

Gini made a set of mommy cards for a friend

Rachel made this adorable baby sign for her sister
Christie made this shirt using HTV! I made my daughter, who is a self-taught guitar player and plays trumpet in marching band, this t-shirt. She loved it but can we say WEEDING NIGHTMARE!!

Sandy made these cute cards for Mother's Day
Jen cut out stencils and let her 14 month old paint! Great results and a wonderful idea!

Tiffany made construction signs for her son's 3rd birthday!

Heather cut a super hero mask out of felt on her silhouette! Her son looks great in it, doesn't he?!

Letoya used vinyl to personalize a water bottle for her daughter who's a cheerleader

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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!

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