I found these CUTE, FREE printables on Pinterest then I ran them through the Xyron with the sticker making cartridge and they turned out so cute! I love 'em and they were super easy (and yes, I wrote my own gift tag... however I did NOT wrap the present). - Liz
I did a pantry make over and made these canister labels on the Silhouette. - Liz
My boys like things labeled so I added their names to their door and their sister's door. They also requested I label their towel hooks. Yep, we're pretty possesive around here. These were also made with the Silhouette. - Liz
I did a few different things for neighbor gifts this year but I think this was the cutest. I bought soap and removed the label (holy smokes, that was a lot of work) and added a vinyl letter that I created on the Silhouette. I then created the gift tag by using the "Charms" die for the Cuttlebug and ran those through the Cuttlebug again with the "Snowflakes" embossing folder (forgive my sloppy handwriting that almost ruins the cute tag). It was a simple and cute gift that isn't a treat and can be reused again and again, if my neighbors like it enough. - Liz
Kristen here. I made this card for my daughter's birthday invitations. I used a circle cutter for the rainbow, then cut the circles in half. I used the Cricut and the "Once Upon A Princess" cartridge for the blue background, which was then embossed using the Cuttlebug and the "Spots and Dots" embossing folder. The clouds were from the "Zooballoo" cartridge. Isn't it just so cute?
This card was for my youngest daughter's birthday invitation. It's been awhile, so I'm not sure where I got the scalloped oval, but it was one of many Cricut cartridges. The owl is from "Straight from the Nest," and don't you LOVE those googly eyes? I also used the Cuttlebug with the "D'vine Swirl" embossing folder (my personal fave). I also made a darling garland for her birthday that I'll upload pics of later.
My Christmas card. Pretty simple. I'm not even sure which Cricut cartridge I used for those trees, but I'll do a bit of research (and be better about getting that information). Each tree is embossed with a different pattern as well (using the Cuttlebug). I used the Snowflakes folder, the D'vine Swirl folder, and the Swiss Dots folder. I liked how they turned out.