Thursday, March 7, 2013

Silhouette Double Sided Adhesive Paper Project


I've been asked by the Silhouette company to review their product: Double Sided Adhesive Paper.  

 I thought it would be fun for my first project to make an
 Easter/ Spring sign.  

I really, really like this paper.  It is pretty cool! It comes in sheets that are 8 1/2 by 11 inches and you get 8 sheets to a pack.  

This is how I made my sign:

I took some MDF and cut it to my desired size.  Roughly 12 high by 11 wide.

I painted my board white:

I also bought a wood plaque at Michaels in a fun shape and painted it white also.

Here are the double sided adhesive sheets: They have a yellow side and a white side.


I next sized some Chevron stripes in Silhouette Studio and with the white side of the paper facing up, cut them on my Silhouette Cameo. 


I next sized a bunny to a desired size and cut it also on the Cameo:

Did a lay out of everything on the wood pieces to see how they fit...

I peeled off the yellow and white backing and placed the  bunny   on my plaque. No glue necessary... its sticky!


I next sprinkled glitter over the bunny... again no glue needed, it's sticky!


Shook off the excess...



Peeled off the backing of the chevron stripes and  positioned them on the square and glittered them as well...


glued the plaque on top of the chevron stripes and finished!


I have some other ideas of how to use this double sided adhesive paper that I will create and share...  I really like this paper.  It is great to work with!


Disclaimer:
I was not paid by the Silhouette company to review this product nor did I receive any compensation from them.  I was given this paper by their company to use and give a review of it on my blog.


With Much Love & Gratitude,


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2 comments:

  1. How cute! I really really want a silhouette (among other things ;)) ... there are so many fun things to be made with them and you come up with seriously the cutest stuff!

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  2. This is fantastic! Thanks for sharing. The double-sided sticky paper seems pretty easy to work with. I will have to give it a try soon!

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