If you LOVE Sparkles and you have a digital cutting machine, why not Decorate Your Own Cloth Using DecoSPARKLE? Or if you have old clothes which you want to make look different, this is a good way to do it. In this case, I decorated jeans with DecoSPARKLE. Because it was an old pair of jeans. I also cut it to make it short. But this is a really fun project.
Materials that I used to Decorate Your Own Clothes Using DecoSPARKLE were:
These Beautiful Butterflies Using Foami is a very easy project to do using our KNK Cutters machines. This Butterfly can be altered to make different styles as well as different types of faces, as the examples shown below. This is a project that you can use in Centerpieces, Decorations for main tables, Gift Baskets, etc. The important thing is TO NOT limit yourself, our digital cutters are really good for making a lot of beautiful and unique projects.
What do we need to make these Beautiful Butterflies Using Foami?
Cut the pieces of the Butterfly using your Digital cutter machine.
Then, paint the border pieces of the butterfly, using a darker acrylic paint for the foami, to add shadow to the pieces. Example, if you are going to paint the border of a pink foami, then you are going to use acrylic paint on a darker shade of pink.
Now, paint the face of the butterfly.
And finally, with the glue gun, glue all the pieces together, to form the butterfly.
I glued the butterfly to a wing that I found in the dollar store (this is totally optional)
Steps to make the centerpieces:
Glue the butterfly to a wooden stick
Place a piece of floral foam to a base, I used a foam plate as a base for this project.
Stick the wood stick with the butterfly in the floral foam
Then, with tissue paper cover all the floral foam.
Finally, make a bow with ribbons and place it underneath of the butterfly
This is a very cheap, cute and unique centerpiece for any occasion.
The picture below shows an example of the final project on a cake table. The butterfly was also cut using cardstock and placed on Minnie’s bow.
And the picture below shows the whole decoration, using the butterflies as centerpieces too.
I made this Beautiful Unicorn T-Shirt with Heat Transfer Vinyl for my granddaughters Birthday. To this design, she wanted me to add pink glitter eye shadow since she would be wearing some as well, and she wanted the unicorn on her shirt to match her make up, lol. So, I used Glitterflex Ultra heat transfer vinyl to make the unicorn’s eye shadow and it´s horn, so it matches with my granddaughter´s glitter eye shadow.
Materials that I used to make this Beautiful Unicorn T-Shirt with Heat Transfer Vinyl were:
After it was weeded, I then placed the heat transfer vinyl by colors on the shirt and I went pressing with the heat press. The ThermoFlex was heat pressed at 330 F for 15 seconds, then it was peeled, with a Teflon sheet on top of the design it was repressed for 2 seconds. The Glitterflex Ultra was heat pressed at 330 F for 20 minutes and it was also repressed for 2 seconds with a Teflon Sheet on top of the design.
If you have not done the Countdown to Christmas yet, here you will have an idea to do so. So for my granddaughter, I made a Wood Santa Stocking Countdown to Christmas. Making a little activity she can do to brighten the day while bringing forth that Christmas spirit! She is constantly asking how many days are left till Santa, with this neet little project she can keep track herself, in a fun and enjoyable way!
Materials to make the Wood Santa Stocking Countdown to Christmas:
Settings KNK Groove-e to cut the Pressure Sensitive GlitterFlex:
Blade = Red
F = 32
V = 150
Passes = 2
To make the white thing at the top of the stocking, where it is supposed to fold over and expose the inside of the stocking. I measured the area at the top, focusing mainly on the width, but also the height or how far down I wanted to go. After designed that shape in SCAL and wrote the name of the child, in this case, “Carlea,”.into that same area.
Then, I cut it using the Pressure Sensitive GlitterFlex and transferred it to the wood.
After that, I wrote “Countdown to Christmas” and “Day Left” and cut it out of vinyl.
Next, I measured the Foam blocks and cut the numbers to fix on top of them.
Furthermore, with the glue gun, I glued the velcro to the wood and to the foam blocks