I was excited to try Silhouette’s printable sticker paper.  When I found these adorable mini paper chevron sacks at PICK YOUR PLUM…I immediately thought “how cute would these be for halloween.”  So…I made a spooky banner to get my mantle ready for Halloween using these adorable sacks and stickers! (that I made!)

I followed the directions on the back of the printable sticker paper pack (I love that it has the directions right there).  I found a circle shape I liked in their online store.  I decided I liked the font printed and not cut out.  I had the machine just cut out the circles.  It amazes me how the Silhouette machine can read the “registration marks.”


Once I printed it, the circles were ready to cut out!  I then fed it through my Silhouette and watched the cutting take place!!

It was so much easier sticking the labels on my banner penants…much easier than gluing!

I LOVE how my spooky banner turned out thanks to PICK YOUR PLUM and my Silhouette!



If you would love to try out the printable sticker paper, Silhouette is running a promotion until September 30th…so this week only!

Here are the deets for Silhouette’s September/Cameo/Printable sticker paper packs:

  • Click on that link above and you can get the Silhouette Cameo, 1 package of printable gold foil, 1 package of printable silver foil, and 1 package of printable white sticker paper for only $269.99! when you enter in the discount code: CHICKS
  • If you already have a CAMEO, you can get the Silhouette Special Media Bundle (1 package of printable gold foil, 1 package of printable silver foil, and 1 package of printable white sticker paper)for only for only 19.99 with the code CHICKS
  • The promotion will run until September, 30th 2012


  1. Such a cute project! I hadn’t heard of the sticky printable paper yet, I’ll have to check it out 🙂

  2. That banner is adorable! I love the cute chevron bags! Fun and easy project:)

  3. erin meerzaman Says: September 25, 2012 at 5:00 am

    can you detail how you have the silhouette cut the circles only instead of the letters?? Thanks so much I follow you all every day and love what you create!! Thanks again!!!

  4. Such a neat project! So clever how you transformed the chevron mini bags into chic pennants for your Halloween bunting!

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