Wednesday, March 19, 2014

One Buck Wednesday and Silhouette Sale with Daily Free Shapes

Happy Wednesday!  As you can see, there is still snow on the ground here in Wisconsin where I am visiting with my sister and brother-in-law.  I like this happy yellow sculpture on the grounds of their Bed & Breakfast - it looks even better when the gardens are in bloom.

I just have a few tips about sales to share today.  It's One Buck Wednesday over at Jessica Sprague and there are lots of items for $1 or half price (or better).  There are two in particular that I want to point out - I already have both of these sets.

The School Days collection has great papers and embellishments, including some pocket style scrapbook cards.  It is just $1 instead of S5.99 regular price, Wednesday only.

The Nautical Mega Kit is a fantastic collection of six digital kits that have a value of $25 and normally sell as a bundle for $19.99.  The entire kit is just $1 - but just on Wednesday.

Take a look around and see if there are other sale items that interest you. There are usually one or two digital cutting file products - this week there is a bag carton box.  You can find the one buck Wednesday sale HERE on the Jessica Sprague site (no affiliation - just a happy customer).

I also want to remind you that all shapes in the Silhouette Online Store are on sale at 50% off so it is a great time to stock up.  The sale runs until March 27th.

In addition to the sale, there will be a free shape in the store everyday from the 17th until the 27th.  These are in addition to the normal Tuesday free shape of the week.  So don't forget to check each day and get your bonus freebie shapes.

The free shape of the week this week is this Spring banner.

The weekly free shape includes all of these components - so you can use this in many ways in addition to making a banner.

You can find these freebies in the Silhouette Online Store through your Silhouette Studio software or HERE.

Do you know how to use the digital scrapbooking products with your die cutting machines?  Would you like me to post some examples of how to do this?  Just leave a comment to let me know if you need more information about combining your digital stash with your die cutting programs.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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  1. Thanks for the heads up on the sales! Also love the discussion and tips with the explore. I was wondering, how does the silhouette software compare to the design space when it comes to separating out the layers? I see cricut with a push of a button separates them all out for you. Does the silhouette separate as easily? (Using svg files). Thank you!

  2. Morning, This is great news! I have purchased previously from Jessica Sprague when she has these great deals, but not sure of the process once I have them purchased. It would be great to see the process as you teach it. I figured I would be testing and practicing until I figured it out myself! I love you site and follow you daily, often forwarding to friends who soon sign up as well.

  3. I would LOVE to know how to use digital content with my Cameo! I have some digital files but am never sure if they are meant to be printed or just used on a digital layout. I mostly make cards, so that probably wouldn't be very useful to me... Thanks, Diane!

  4. Diane,
    It would be fabulous if you could post some tips on using digital content in Silhouette DE. I have many digital papers, but cannot figure out how to use them to fill objects for Print to Cut. Enjoy your time with your sister! Thanks!

  5. I agree with the above. I've collected a bunch of digital content, and a bunch of SVG files, but I'm not yet comfortable with using them with my new portrait. I'd love to figure out the print and cut features most.


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