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Thursday, June 21, 2012

{rhinestone ribbons & silhouette promo}

It's promo time! I'm always excited to share these promotions with you, because if you're in the market for a Silhouette, it's the perfect time to take advantage of such great deals! 

This month the promo is focusing on  rhinestones, which is just one of the super fun things you can do with the Cameo. 


The savings is huge---over $70!!!  

If you already have the Cameo, you can buy the Rhinestone Starter Pack for $29.99!

You'll need to go HERE to take advantage of this fantastic offer!

The Rhinestone Starter Pack is wonderful. It's what I used the first time I worked with rhinestones (ever...in my life...), and it was much easier than I had imagined, and I'm so glad I tried it!  I don't know why I thought it was going to be hard, but it's probably because I didn't have any experience with them. If you've always wanted to try them, but haven't known where to start, this is your chance!

Here's what will come in your Rhinestone Starter Pack:  
  • 2 sheets of rhinestone template material
  • 2 sheets of transfer tape
  • 2 backing boards
  • rhinestone positioning brush
  • 400 10ss clear rhinestones
  • 400 10ss black rhinestones
  • 400 10ss pink rhinestones
  • exclusive download card good for 10 rhinestone templates and a rhinestone alphabet
  • idea booklet and instruction guide
  • instructional DVD

So, what can you make with rhinestones? You can go HERE to see some really great ideas.

Last year I made some darling sparkly onesies, and they make the most adorable baby gifts.  I LOVE them, and love to give them away!  They are super easy to make, and you can see my tutorial and more pictures HERE. 



This week I also tried something else with rhinestones...fancy-ing up a ribbon to go in my little girls' hair. They both have cute little bobs, and pretty much everyday there is a ribbon of some sort pulling back the front to keep it out of their eyes.  I added their monograms in sparkly pink rhinestones to a gray grosgrain ribbon, and it turned out so cute!  I can't wait to experiment even more with it!



So, head on over HERE today!!!  

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