Silhouette UK: Wipeable Shopping List
Hi there, I hope you're week is off to a good start. This is a quick and easy project for you using the Printable Magnetic Sheets from Silhouette. I wanted to create a wipeable shopping list to stick on my fridge, therefore when I run out of an item and I can write it on the list. Then I wont forget what I need when I make a list for my big shop. What's more, I have also included turning some dingbats into decorative fridge magnets. I didn't want all that magnetic sheet to go to waste!
Wipeable shopping List process overview
Start off by designing your list in your design window in the Studio software. When you are happy with the design, you need to make sure you paper size is set to 'Letter' - the magnetic sheets are American sizing of 11" x 8.5. In addition, make sure you turn on your registration marks to Print and Cut with. When you are happy with your design, print this out onto the magnetic sheet. Apply your magnetic sheet to your Silhouette Mat and cut the outside edge of you design out.
To make your shopping list wipeable, adhere a sheet acetate, the same size as you list, with double sided adhesive. To cover up your adhesive, cover with a frame made out of a piece of card. I added some faux stitch lines to my frame with a white gel pen.
To see an in-depth tutorial in how to design and create this project, head over to the Silhouette UK blog - the link is at the end of the post. I also show you how to create the bonus word and Dingbat fridge magnets
Wipeable shopping list photos
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*this post was produce as part of my design team work for Brutus Monroe. However, I only create projects I am proud of and use products that I love. The information provided is based on my own personal experience - I am not an expert.