All of my cutting file shares are free. Please do not redistribute or sell what I freely share. These cutting file shares are for personal use only.

Please be fair and give credit where credit is due, in turn, I will always make an effort to give credit to my resources and link them appropriately. Thank you for your consideration.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

A Dime Size Challenge

I love to quill if I'm sitting around watching t.v. Recently I quilled some turtles. After they were seen. I was given a challenge to make one the size of a dime. Well, guess what? I made TWO.....woohoo! The best part was; I used my brain for the second one. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the teeny tiny hexagons that go on the back of the turtles.

The Silhouette Cameo never cease to amaze me on its accuracy, detail, and the sizes it can cut. In the future when I go to quill miniatures, it's going to be a lot more fun using my sweet Cameo. I can even cut my own quilling paper...oh yeah...this requires another ...Wooohooo!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'll be posting more real soon. Have a Happy Crafting sort of day.

Here are some more quilled turtles


  1. Wow Debbie they are really fantastic , and sooooooo cute ......Hugs Sue xx

  2. YEY!!! for the Cameo and YEY!!! for having the patience and fiddly-fingers to create the tiny fellows. Really cute!
    Tine (Addie24)

  3. Thank you Sue and Tine. I enjoy a challenge and loved that the Cameo could cut those tiny hexagons...woohoo!


Thank you for visiting my blog. Your comments are so very much appreciated.