Personalized Canvas Journal Tutorial

 

Personalized Journal with Silhouette Double-Sided Adhesive

I love to journal and doodle. Calling it a hobby makes me sound less crazy, but truly it’s an addiction. An addiction to Sharpie pens & sketch books. My all time favorite sketch book is in the art supply aisle at Wal-Mart. It’s just a black canvas book with thick blank pages. It’s perfect for me…on the inside. But I am not a “plain black cover” type of person. Let’s add a little personalization, shall we?

I recently received the Double-Sided Adhesive Kit from Silhouette and was so excited to use it to make Valentines {after all, it is for a February Silhouette Promotion}. I got my Valentine’s done and hunkered down with my journal, Sharpie pen and heated blanket. Then I began wondering how that Double-Sided Adhesive would stick to the canvas on my journal. Well, I had to try…and I LOVE the outcome! Check it out!

Supply List:

Silhouette Electronic Cutter

Silhouette Double-Sided Adhesive Kit

Canvas Journal

Instructions:

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It is so easy and so dang cute.  These journals would make super darling and thoughtful gifts, too. 

Personalized Canvas Journal Tutorial

 

Don’t have a Silhouette Machine?  Get the machine every crafter must have!  Now is the perfect time to buy one along with the Double-Sided Adhesive Kit, too.  Check out this amazing offer!

Silhouette Portrait & Double-Sided Adhesive Kit

This offer ends February 14th so hurry and buy today!  Make sure to use code UCREATE at checkout to score this incredible deal!

Find some incredible inspiration by following Silhouette’s Blog and find them on Pinterest.

 

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6 comments:

  1. So cute! I love personalized things.

    You know we were all dying to see your latest awesome doodle! ;)

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    1. Haha. I better show you some more then. :)

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  2. this is just too cute, love it

    Natasha @ www.serenityyou.com

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    1. I cannot believe how easy it was too. So glad you like it.

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  3. I absolutely loved this technique, this could be so useful for a 1000 DIYs. I'm saving it on favorites!

    xxx

    www.daretodiy.com

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    1. So many possibilities! I was thinking of doing a big canvas next...and a vase with a cool glitter design! So much fun.

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