You’ve probably noticed a few changes. In preparation for our blog relaunch this summer, we’ve slowed down on our posting.


While our Design Team is hard at work behind the scenes, making the blog bigger and better than before, we’ve left the blog up for your convenience. Feel free to browse through our tutorials on the Silhouette creative materials (like vinyl, adhesive cardstock, etc.), Silhouette machines, and Silhouette software.


Can you keep a secret?




We have a few, highly anticipated surprises in store this summer—including one project that will be a game changer for experienced and new Silhouette users alike. Want to know what’s in store? Subscribe to the blog using the signup form on the right-hand sidebar and you’ll be the first to know.


Until then, keep an eye on this space and let us know:


What kinds of tutorials or project ideas would you like to see on the Silhouette Blog?


Monogrammed Beach Bag

Free Shape of the Week Beach Bag by Brittany Sazonoff for Silhouette America
Hi friends! Brittany here, sharing an easy heat transfer material project.   I don’t know about you, but with the way Chicago’s weather has been acting lately, I’ve got one thing on the brain– SUMMER! When I saw this Sailboat Monogram shape from Megan Hardy, I knew it was... [Read More...]

Wonder Dog Bandana

dog bandana
Hey all! Kaitlin here with you today  Now I don’t know about you, but I’m completely obsessed with my fur baby. Maybe it’s just because I got her a month ago, or maybe it’s because she’s so incredibly cute.   Either way, if you have a little fur munchkin, you p... [Read More...]

Reflective Heat Transfer Gear

Let’s talk about two of my favorite things today—heat transfer vinyl and fonts. I find Silhouette Reflective Heat Transfer Material to be highly versatile. It’s thin and does well pressed on both light and medium-weight materials.   In this project, we’re going for the refle... [Read More...]

Five Surfaces You Might Not Think To Stamp

  Did you recently get the Silhouette Mint™ like I did? And after you made a stamp or two, did you have to make more? Because they look so pretty on paper that you want to stamp everything? Well, you probably shouldn’t stamp everything—but today I’m going to show you the Five ... [Read More...]