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Rows of Houses made of Paper

My today’s paper craft project is done in almost no time. It is a row of houses and I created them in 3 different color variations.
The parts for the houses rows got cut with a cutting machine. I used my Silhouette Cameo for that, but in addition I created also .svg-files of this project. So it is possible, that owners of other cutting machine brands, e.g. Brother ScanNCut, can work with this files.
You find the cutting files here in our Online Shop.

Please take also a look at following video, where you can see how I glued the parts for the houses rows together:

And here are some photos of my houses rows:I hope you like my crafting idea!

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Hot Air Ballons made out of Paper

Today we go “off to the skies” with our latest cutting machine files! With the help of these files we can create really great hot air balloons out of paper. Usable are these e.g. in exploding boxes – but they are also a very nice gift completely without a box. Alternatively, you can draw a thread at the top of the balloons, so you can hang the balloons as well.
This download files are now available here in our online shop. And it is also very new that this time not only .studio3 files are included, there are also the formats .svg and .pdf included. Thus, these files can also be used for all those cutting machine devices that support these file formats.
Incidentally, we will gradually expand our older cutting machine files to these additional file formats – I hope that the owners of other cutting machine brands will be happy about it! 🙂

Now let’s take a look at a photo with some of these hot air balloons:
The production of such a balloon can be seen in the following video:

In addition I want to give you a small note to the video: After multiple production of such balloons, I came to the conclusion that it is not absolutely necessary to wrap the thread around the outer ring (to see towards the end of the video). If the balloon is already well formed during manufacture, you can either completely do it without the thread or you can use the thread for hanging up the balloon.

And now I wish you a lot of pleasure in creating such hot air balloons with our download files!

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Guitar made out of paper – cut with Silhouette Cameo

I love guitars and sometimes I play guitar or bass guitar together with my family (my two sons and my husband play also musical instruments for a hobby).
I created some guitars out of paper and I’m very happy with this adorable result:The cutting file for guitar and stool is available here in our Online Shop.
I also created a video where I show how to glue the parts of the guitar together. Please excuse my bad accent when I’m speaking…

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Easter Cards cut with Cutting Machine

In a few days is Easter, therfore, I would like to present you these last minute Easter cards:These cards are really easy to create with Silhouette Cameo and you find the download with print files (colorful eggs and text) and cut files in our Online Shop.

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Paper Carriages cut with Silhouette Cameo

Do you know something more romantic than a wedding carriage? Since carriages fit so well with weddings, I thought it would be a good idea to implement a corresponding paper model with Silhouette Cameo.
Let us look how I built the carriage in the following video:

I liked this item so much, that I made it also in other colors and after that I decorated the carriages in different ways:
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Exploding Box with Cosmetics Chair

An exploding box was required for the new opening of a cosmetics studio. I thought that it would be nice to create a cosmetics chair as 3-D-object for the center motive of this box. I realzed this idea by using the cutting machine Silhouette Cameo.
But first please have a look inside the box:The file for the cutting machine is again available here in our online shop.  For better success in putting the pieces together again I created a video how to assemble the cosmetics chair:

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Spanish Motives for Silhouette Cameo

Last week I had to create an Exploding box symbolizing a trip to Spain. For this purpose I needed some Spanish motives and so I created flamenco-dancers (female and male), a torero and a bull for the Silhouette cutting machineOf course I’d like you to show the final exploding box because I really fell in love with this color-combination:
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Exploding box with Cabrio

I love to put 3-D-Objects into Exploding boxes! This one was ordered as a wedding-gift and when the box is opened a tiny wedding-cabrio is presented.
But first take a look how the box looks like outside:On the following photo you can see what is presented when the box gets opened:The wedding-cabrio I designed with the Silhouette-Studio-Software. If you like to create the wedding-cabrio yourself – and you have a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine your own – then you could use our plotting file – it is available here in our Online-ShopI also created a instructional video. I’m sorry, because at the moment the video is only available in German Language – but I will translate it into English soon – thank you for your patience! I hope that in the meantime you watch the video nevertheless in German: read more…

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Golf Bag made of Paper with Silhouette Cameo

Exploding boxes are always a great idea for a birthday gift. The following 10-sec.-video shows an exploding box that fits perfectly for a golf player
I’d also like to show you how I created this bag – therefore please take a look at the following video. I used Silhouette Cameo cutting plotter for cutting the parts. The cutting-file for the bag is available in our online shop.
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High Heels – Cut with Silhouette Cameo

An exploding box with high heels is a great gift for a fashion-conscious lady. But for making a perfect pair of high heels out of paper it is necessary that the paper parts get cut out very precise. For this purpose I use my Silhouette Cameo Cutting Machine. The file for cutting these shoes is also available here in our online shop.
But first take a look how pretty the finished exploding boxes look like: read more…