Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Birthday Party Fun!

Welcome to the Wednesday project here at PPBN Designs blog. Diane here sharing this birthday layout using the Blow Out The Candles set.  I take lots of pictures and the little one in our family will be having her party in the next couple months, so I am trying to get some pages ready.  This is a fun and easy set to put together and I loved working with it as all of the sets at PPBN Designs .  Stop by the store and check out all the great files.
Materials Used:
Machine-Silhouette Cameo
File-Blow Out The Candles
Pattern Paper-Bo Bunny
Ribbon-Hobby Lobby

Monday, April 28, 2014

Let It Go layout

Let It Go scrapbook layout.
 Link here. I changed up the colors some and made the title smaller so I could add an extra mat. I put stickles on the crown and the septar. I used the cut out shapes from the castle for flakes on the page and I tore a snow border for the bottom.

Materials Used:
PPbN File Let it Go
gold Stickles
Scotch tape runner
Scotch glue
assorted colored papers

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Baby Scarer

Hey Everyone! I have another Kreations from Ken's Kreations. Well I am back today to share another project I made with a FREE file. This time you can find this FREE SVG over at PPBN Designs. This file features a cute little monster dreaming of his future. Take a look at the card:

This was a super easy card to make. I used both my Silhouette Cameo and my Cricut Explore for this card. I used the Cricut Explore for cutting the SVG file. I cannot say enough how easy the Cricut Explore makes your cutting job. I just downloaded the SVG from PPBN Designs, imported it into Design Space and then sized the file. Cricut Explore does the rest. Cuts my work load in half. The file I used is FREE this week and I might have insider information that more characters from this Monster set will be released soon! I downloaded the FREE SVG file here:

Once I had the little monster completed I needed to turn my attention to the sentiment. I found an AMAZING site! This site shows you all the correct fonts to use for different disney titles. You can find this website by clicking HERE!!! This site gave me the website to download the Monster's Inc font file, which can be found at or by clicking HERE. Once I had the font downloaded to my computer I used my Silhouette Cameo to print and cut the sentiment below:

This was an amazing and fun card to make! Make sure to check out the supply list below and you can click any of the links to see the product in the amazon store. Also make sure to always click on my amazon links on my blog to find my favorite crafting tools!


Check out The close up picture of baby Mike:

Thanks for looking at my card today. Check back soon to see what other Kreations I come up with!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

It's a Zoo Out There

Happy Wednesday all! Diane here with a great layout using PPBN Designs Through Thick and Thin file. I think these are the cutest little animals and I will be needing some zoo pages soon.  I made my own title by just drawing an easy arc and just using a font for the letter so I could get these cute critters on the page.  Be sure to check out all the designs PPBN Designs has to offer for your crafting fun!!!
Materials Used:
Machine-Silhouette Cameo
SVG File-PPBN Designs Through Thick and Thin
Background Paper-Bo Bunny Zoology
White pen
Black pen

Monday, April 21, 2014

M&M Mother's Day Card

I decided to do a second posting today. This is a Mother's Day card I designed using the Your My Favorite M&M file title piece.

               You're My Favorite M&M Mother's Day card                         This is the image I started with,

I loaded the SVG file of the title and rearranged the pieces to come up with this image.

I separated the pieces out and loaded the mat.

 I cut two of the base shape and on one I added a score line.

You can either put the M on the green M or not.

Hope you all had a Hoppy Easter!

Hoppy Easter Everyone!

Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter. We had a great day with my daughter singing in church and a nice meal afterwards. This layout was cut from the Hoppy Easter file I just love this file and have used it several times this Easter season. The pieces can be used in several different ways. I decided to put the chocolate bunny in the basket for this layout.
Materials used:
Silhouette Cameo
Hoppy Easter PPbN file
Green and plaid Paper Pizazz paper for background from my stash.
Pink in two shades, green in two shades, brown in two shades, blue in two shades, purple in two shades and yellow in two shades of plain cardstock.
glue Scotch quick dry
Scotch tape runner

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Wedding Shower Card

Good morning everyone :) The sun is shining out my window which made for a perfect opportunity for me to get out and snap a few photos of what I was playing with yesterday.  I needed to cut one of my designs to see how it was going to cut before I decided on how I was going to finish it.  My new Bride and Groom set (the rest of the wedding party will be coming soon) was so much fun to create!  I couldn't decide whether I wanted them to have real eyes or just the happy closed eyes for cutting purposes.  The real eyes are so tiny that I wasn't sure that they would cut very well so I got on my cameo and started cutting.  Just as I suspected, the real eyes were way too small to be able to cut all of the details on them so I decided it was best to give my tiny, happy couple some closed, happy eyes instead :)  This makes it much easier to cut and assemble and gives them an innocently elated look that I just adore and I hope you do too!

Perfect for that spring or summer wedding shower you will most certainly be invited to.  This card only took me 20 minutes to make and will add a perfect "homemade, full of love" touch to my cousin's bridal shower gift this spring :)

Here is the Bride and Groom set that is now for sale in my store.  Click the image to go there and pick yours up today!

I hope you all have a wonderful day and that your hearts are inspired to do amazing things!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Ruin It Ralph Art Decor

Hey Everyone! Ken here with another Kreation's of mine. Today for my PPBN Designs project I made some home decor based on the hit movie "Wreck It Ralph".

Over at PPBN designs you can choose from many "Disney" inspired themed cut files. I love the movie Wreck-It-Ralph so I chose to use the Ruin-It-Ralph and V is for Vanellope files for this project. I used the print and cut feature of the Silhouette Cameo. Below I show the project photos, a step-by-step YouTube videos and go over all the materials you will need for the project.

Here is a step-by-step process on how to make these adorable art pieces. This is a quick project that anyone can do in as little as 20 minutes:

Time: 20 Minutes
Difficult: Easy

Machine: Silhouette Cameo
Canvas: 10 X 10 Canvas
Printable Media: SQUARE 1 Masterpiece
Flower: Pink Flower
Adhesive: ATG GUN

Here are some additional project photos:

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You Rock!!!

Happy Wednesday! Diane here from with a cute one page layout.  This is called "You Rock" from PPBN Designs.  Even though this has a music theme, I thought it applied to this little guy because he kinda of rocks in my book!  He is my little 6 year old nephew Cannon.  For this layout, I used some old Bo Bunny pattern paper I had in my stash and cardstock from Bazzill.  I added a little glitz by using some stickles on some of the letters.  You can purchase the files for this layout and many other fabulous ones at 
Machine-Silhouette Cameo
SVG File-You Rock-PPBN Designs
Pattern Paper-Bo Bunny

Monday, April 14, 2014


Bear Easel Card

Hello, my name is Janice and I am new to the  PPbN Design Team. I have scrap booked for over 30 years. I have two sons and two daughters plus two more daughters I claim just because they want me to be their mother, and 11 beautiful grandchildren. I hope you enjoy my first project and if you would like to see the notepad shown in the picture just visit my blog where there are directions for making one.

I use a Cameo Silhouette with the Designer software but you can adjust for your cutter and get the same results.
 I grouped all the pieces and made the black head layer 4.5 x 5.5 by pulling the box around pieces until the black layer was around that size. You can choose any size and adjust rest of the pattern to fit. I did not use the bottom layer because the feet were on it and I wanted to add the feet to inside of card. I used this file/
I put together the layers just didn't place feet on bear head. I added some foam squares to the paws.
I cut a brown card 10 x 4 3/4 inches. I scored at the 2 1/2 in and the 5 in along the long side.
Fold to look like this.
Add adhesive to the bottom 2 1/2 in area, don't go all the way to the outside edge.
 Place head on that lower half with the bottom edges matched up.
 Open card add a lighter color to write on. mine is 3 x 4 1/2. Bend card and decide where you want the feet and attach to card.
I added a banner with Happy Birthday on it. The banner is from the Artist cartridge page 35 cut at 1 1/4in. I used the Close to My Heart Cricut Artiste Collection Birthday (banner) Happy Birthday Stamp.
Inked with Mocha Mama Quick Quotes Powder puff chalking ink.
 Add foam squares to bottom half of banner.
 Place half way on paws.

Finished card.
This is the notebook cover I made to go with the card for a gift. Directions on my blog.

Materials: Black cardstock
                 brown cardstock
                 white cardstock
                 dark brown cardstock
                 tan cardstock
                 pink cardstock
                 Cricut and Artiste cartridge
                 Close to My Heart Cricut Artiste Collection Birthday (banner)
                 foam squares
                 adhesive (glue or scotch runner)

Thursday, April 10, 2014


Hey Everyone! It is time for another Kreation by Ken's Kreations.

So yesterday I show you on my blog the Girl Scout Frame. Well once you have all of those cookies form those cute little girls, you will need a place to store them. This leads me to today's project:

For this project I found the cookie jar at Michael's. It was part of their Ashland collection and they were having a 60% off sale as of today's date post. You can also find this cookie jar at this LINK. I used the PPBN COOKIE FILE. This is a kit for a scrapbook, however I just used the elements I needed for this project. I imported this file into my Silhouette Studio Software. Then using the basic ARIAL font, I used the text feature in my Silhouette Studio Software to create the words "More" and "Please". I sized the COOKIE FILE to my desired size for the cookie jar. I utilized the chalk oval space as the back of the cookie jar to instruct "mom or dad" to refill the jar. Using the print and cut features, I printed this onto the SQUARE1 inkjet printable media 8.5" x 11". This is a printable adhesive backed media that allows you to print your designs on superior quality media. Once the design was printed and cut on my Silhouette Cameo, I arranged the designs onto the jar. Taking Ranger Stickles 1/2-Ounce Glitter Glue, Cinnamon, I randomly selecting chocolate chips to sparkle. I finished the project with a coordinating Royal Blue with White Dots Grosgrain Ribbon Polka Dot 1-1/2 inch 50 Yards and added a simple ribbon to the top of the stainless steel lid. 

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Project Details:
Time Spent: 35 Minutes
Level: Easy

Product Used:
Machine: Silhouette Cameo

Here Is Some More Picture Of The Project:

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Time To Do Some Disney Dreaming!

Happy Wednesday! Diane here from with this little photo album project. Are you going to Disney on Spring Break or planning that summer vacation?  Just whip up a little album for all those memories or turn it into a autograph book for your favorites to sign!  There are some adorable files to use for this project at PPBN Designs.  This is a 8 x8 book that I bound using the Cinch machine .  All the details for this project are listed below.  Please stop by PPBN Designs and look at all the great files!!

I just finished a couple pages and used some scraps of paper for these that I had in my stash and used the banners from the set to decorate.  On this page, I also used the Waltograph font that I downloaded from  Works perfect with your Disney pages!
Machine Used-Silhouette Cameo
SVG Files-PPBN Designs-Magical Memories Banners
                                           Magical Memories Kids
                                           Magical Wizard Hat
Paper- Sandy Lion and Bazzill cardstock
Ribbon-odds and ends in my stash
Book-bound with Cinch Machine and used chipboard for the base

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

A Little Easter Fun!

Hello, Diane here again today from with another adorable project made with the fabulous PPBN Designs svg files. I used the Bunny In The Egg, Easter Eggs, and the grass from the Super Bowl Sunday files.  It's time to start making those Easter treats and this little bunny is an adorable edition to any card, layout, or paper craft.  Today I am using it to decorate this little basket perfect for a cute gift or table decoration.  I cut the bunny at the size in the file which was perfect for this basket.  The eggs I reduced the size 50% and just added the grass piece to fit.  You can really have fun with these files. I will also show you how to make this quick and easy basket too.

                       He is so cute and makes a perfect decoration!  I added a little stickles to the egg. 

You cut a piece of cardstock 8.5 x 8.5 for the basket and 1.5 x 11. 5 for the handle and fold at 2.50 on each end.                          
           Score and cut the ends up  the middle fold line on each end. 
                              Bring the ends up to the middle and add brad or staple and add the handle.
I added a little touch to the handle by using a punch to decorate it and then I added some ribbon. Be sure to stop by PPBN Designs and check out all the great files!

Files-PPBN Designs    Bunny in Egg, Easter Eggs, Super Bowl Sunday (grass)
Paper-Cardstock from Bazzill
Brads-Making Memories
Ribbon-Easter Egg Design Walmart