So when I first heard about the Silhouette Cameo, I thought it was an urban legend. Seriously, it seemed inconceivable that a machine would allow you to cut precisely around your printed designs.
Cutting vinyl seemed… well… impossible!
I created these with just card stock.
I started with these
They were each under 1 dollar… makes me smile.
Then I created the graphic and let my Cameo cut it out. I glued it to the pan, then used
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I glued the ribbons to the back.
Side note: E6000 (which I heard about from Kim Adsit and Deanna Jump) is great for everything… plus the fumes are a real mood-lifter!
This will be my behavior chart.
The students’ names are attached by magnets.
This fits perfectly under my Promethean Board.
If you would like to see some other projects for school, you can check them out over at Blog Hoppin. If you have a Cameo and you want to link up with your project we would love it.
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