Happy Friday! I’m so excited to *finally* be able to announce something I’ve been working on for the past few weeks…which is that Design Eat Repeat printables are now available through the Silhouette Design Store! I’ve been wanting to provide cut files for a long time now and it’s finally happening. Now instead of hand-cutting the designs, you can quickly cut and assemble them if you have a Silhouette machine. No more manual cutting & scoring, as I’ve already put all those settings in the files so you can whip up some fun projects in minutes.
I bought my first Silhouette Cameo back in college and it’s been an essential part of my behind-the-scenes prep work for the blog. I’ve purchased and tried other brands of machines and both times they ended up going back to the store because they just didn’t allow me to create my custom designs as easily as my Silhouette did. I truly love and recommend this machine, which made the decision to add all my projects to the store easy. I do want to note that although I receive a small percentage of each download for having my designs in the store and may use affiliate links to products I own, I’m not sponsored or hired by Silhouette in any way. The machine, mats, and blades are all things that I have purchased myself, so although I may be talking more about my die-cutting process in future blog just know that my reviews are based on my personal experience. I really want this new endeavor to not only make your crafting process easier when you want to make one of my projects, but I also want to connect with the crafting community of die-cutters!
So how will it work? For now, you can find a majority of my printables on my Artist Page. We are still working to get some pushed live, so there will be more coming in the next week. Now that the shop is live, my next task is to go through my 50+ blog posts and update the posts with the link to the SVG on Silhouette. That will take a bit, so hang in there! But I will be adding the Silhouette link in the materials section of all new blog posts for easy access.
So that’s it! As this site moves forward and I start shifting more towards paper crafting, I’m really excited for this opportunity for more crafters to be able to access my projects through the design store and am also looking forward to connecting with more paper crafters & die-cutters.
So I’m dying to know. Do you own a die-cutting machine? What do you create most with it? Leave me a comment below and let’s chat!