Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Silhouette Specialty Media Promotion!

Good Morning!  
Today begins a new Silhouette Promotion 
featuring the Specialty Media from Silhouette!  

Now through the end of the month you can get the following deals
just by visiting  http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/specmed and 
entering in promo code JAMIELANE

CAMEO Bundle
Silhouette CAMEO 
1 Printable Cotton Canvas
1 Vellum
1 Adhesive Washi Sheets
1 Printable Adhesive Kraft Paper
1 Stencil Material 
MSRP: $340.94
Sale: $269.99

Portrait Bundle
Silhouette Portrait
1 Printable Cotton Canvas
1 Vellum
1 Adhesive Washi Sheets
1 Printable Adhesive Kraft Paper
1 Stencil Material 
MSRP: $220.94
Sale: $139.99

Plus...
All Specialty Media 25% off!

Today I am using the Adhesive Corrugated Paper, my 3D Square Floral Hinged Box, and my  3D Paper Flower (Coming Soon) to create a gift box.  


The Corrugated Paper comes with an adhesive backing so you can cut out your projects and stick them on, but I am leaving the adhesive backing on so that my lid will not be sticky. The paper stays on really well but you could also remove the adhesive backing and use baby powder against the sticky side so that it will not be sticky.

Here is my tutorial:
1.  Remove the detail cut from the lid using the ungroup and release compound path tools in Studio then cut out the 3D Square Floral Hinged Box.  Assemble according to the box instructions found here.
2.  Leave the adhesive backing on for the lid as mentioned above and assemble.
3.  Attach the lid to the box base.
4.  Close the lid.
5.  Adhere the 3D Paper Flower to the center and tie ribbon and twine to embellish!



These deals are good now through the end of the month!  
Be sure to get yours by visiting
http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/specmed 
and entering in promo code JAMIELANE


2 comments:

Claudia said...

Jamie, I love the look of the top using the corrugated paper! I have to buy some of your hinged boxes. They will make excellent packaging for my homemade French Macarons!

Tina Marie said...

Have been wanting to use the corrugated papers but have been hesitant wondering if cutting would "flatten" it along the blade path. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to the flower release. Have the box so am ready to try this paper too.

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