Cotton Canvas Nursery Printables
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Cotton Canvas Nursery Printables

Remember earlier in the week when I mentioned using cotton canvas for printables? Well, now I get to show you what I was referring to! Using shapes from the online store, filled with color, I created these nursery printables.


printable canvas nursery art


Of course a little 3-d paper bow never hurts either…


printable canvas nursery art close





Shapes | Fonts:

3d ribbon bow


LD Cotton Candy

lw tall


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  1. These are so sweet, Jeana!!

  2. Is the sunshine printable a font or shape?

    1. Hi Kelcie!

      It is a combinations of fonts from the Silhouette online store. The sunshine is LW Tall and the script font is LD Cotton Candy.

  3. Love print and cut!! Only problem – I can’t get my lines to print. Eg. I used the Squirrel shape from the shop, put it together, colored it and changed the lines to black as his mouth and curled tail are only lines. But the lines does not print – the rest does.

    1. Hi Hazel,

      There are a couple of options in the line style window that will allow you to print the lines. You can either change the line thickness above 0, or select the box next to ‘print lines of selected shapes’. 🙂 Have fun!!

  4. So adorable 🙂

  5. Did this close early? I thought we had until Thursday night? I was going to submit my 8 year old’s Valentine Day’s box he created on his own.

  6. What are the backgrounds used for the chevron and polka dots? Thank you!

    1. Hi Rebekah,

      For the polkadot background I created my own using periods. They are tiny, type in a straight line and easy to space using just the space bar. 🙂 The chevron is from this shape.

  7. Thank you!

  8. What a great idea! I follow That’s What Che Said and want to thank you for the giveaway!

  9. I took a photo to post, but the link to add it won’t open. The blog said that the deadline to add photos is Thursday night.

    1. Hi Jackie,

      This is last week’s challenge… but you can find the current one here 🙂

  10. Jeana – what a gorgeous little project – nice to see some bold girly colours instead of the more traditional pastel colours.

    Paula x x x

    1. Thanks Paula!!

  11. I’m so sorry for these dumb questions – I am a newbie and trying to figure everything out! Are these all print and cut files? If so, do you know if I can send them to print at Staples and then cut them at home? My home printer isn’t very good. And also, how did you get that beautiful drop shadow behind the name? Thank you so much! You are very talented.

    1. Don’t be sorry, we love questions 🙂

      Unfortunately, there is not any method of exporting STUDIO files into other formats for the purpose of printing from a professional print shop. You need to print from the Silhouette Studio® software so that you could print the registration marks properly onto the page. Printing from another software would require you to print without those registration marks. Without registration marks, the machine will have no way to detect where to cut properly thereafter.

      The Silhouette Studio® is a free download though so based on the print shop’s policies, the software may be freely downloaded and any files can be printed directly from the Silhouette Studio® software program at the store.

      Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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