Step one:  Choose your favorite images from your Silhouette files.  I chose one of my favorite cutting files, of two boys building a snowman.  I also chose a beautiful buck’s head silhouette.  It’s best to choose a solid shape with this project!

Step two: Cut the images from flocked vinyl.  This product has a super soft feel to it.  If you’ve made cards in the past, this is a great alternative to flocking powder!  You get the soft texture without all the mess.

Step three:  Weed the vinyl, then peel and stick the silhouette onto a black card.

Step four:  Choose a message stamp.  Press it in the embossing ink, and stamp the card as desired.

Step five:  Sprinkle white embossing powder on the stamped text or image.  Shake off the excess.

Step six:  Use a heat tool to set the embossing powder.

I just love how classic and clean these cards look!  It’s very reminiscent of chalkboard art. I actually use white chalk markers to write on the inside of the cards. It’s a quick project and you can easily make a stack of cards in very little time.

Ready for more fun Silhouette holiday projects?  Visit my crafty friends by clicking on the links below.  I’m so inspired by their projects, and I know you will be, too!
Silhouette Creators Challenge Winter Wonderland

  1. A Turtles Life From Home – Hand Lettered Holiday Scroll
  2. Michelle James Designs Winter Wonderland Throw Pillows Using the Silhouette Cameo
  3. Uncookie Cutter – Tree Stand Box
  4. Vintage Romance Style – Cabin Cozy Scrap Wood Snowflake
  5. Simply {Darr}ling – Upcycled Christmas Card Display
  6. Knock It Off Kim – DIY Christmas Stocking Tags
  7. Houseful of Handmade – DIY Vintage Christmas Scroll
  8. Dwell Beautiful – Glittery Christmas Song Lyric Art
  9. Morena’s Corner – Make Black and White Cards
  10. Rachel Teodoro Lighted Christmas Tree Truck
  11. Pocketful of Posies – DIY Simple Joy Ornament

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