Easy Valentine’s Centrepiece – A Cameo Silhouette Project
Valentine’s day is coming up, and I have to admit that I am more excited than other years to celebrate. For myself and Will, celebrating doesn’t mean buying chocolate or roses (although the first year we were dating, he did surprise me with a huge bouquet of them at work)!
For us, it is just another day for us to slow down and appreciate the fact that we’re a super team and lucky to be married to each other.
As with most holidays, I am super excited about decorating our place! I have been a little obsessed with geometric shapes this year, and have been using my Silhouette Cameo to cut them out for every occasion – and Valentine’s Day is no different!
This year, I wanted something to dress up our new kitchen table, so I created this super fun centrepiece from an octahedron cut file I created:
I love the pop of colour it brings to our home, without the cheesy-ness of being too lovey dovey. This is definitely something I can keep up throughout the whole month of February, and not to mention they were super easy to make with my Cameo Silhouette machine (aka my crafting sidekick).
*Photos were expertly taken and edited by my uber talented husband, Will. I could not make anything nearly as cool as floating shapes, so he gets the credit!