Decorations


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Goal Post Drinks

Make field goal inspired drinks for your next football get-together. I made these using two files from the […]


New Year's Resolutions Game

New Year’s Party Games

Three games for you to play with your guests on New Year's eve - all made with your machine! Instructions for how to make and how to play each game are included!


New Years Table Decor

New Year’s Table Decorations

It’s almost 2017 already! I know you are probably not even thinking about that yet with Christmas this weekend but when you are ready, this project will be here!



Tree Luminaries cut with the Pazzles Inspiration Vue - pattern available in SVG!

Tree Luminaries Project Pattern

The holidays are aglow with lights: colorful Christmas lights, tiny, twinkling fairy lights and candlelight. Make this beautiful triangle tree luminary to add a modern touch to your home. This month's project pattern gives you options to create holiday themed luminaries. Included are several everyday designs so that you can enjoy your luminary well into the new year.


Christmas Front Door cut with the Pazzles Inspiration Vue

Front Door Box

The front door on this box opens to reveal a hidden compartment and the two-side windows are also boxes so you can give your recipient a triple treat. I was thinking hot cocoa in the center, mini marshmallows in one window and candy canes in the other window box. I also think the front door box would make a wonderful treat box for a new homeowner!


Turkey Box

Turkey and Scarecrow Fall Treat ...

Hey crafty friends, Melinda here with you today. I have some super cute and fun treat boxes to share with you. I created these adorable Turkey and Scarecrow Treat boxes just in time for your fall gift giving. Below you will find the link for the instruction sheet. For my sample boxes I used a variety of fun patterned papers from a variety of my DCWV Stacks. You can use a bunch of fun embellishments to finish them off.



Trapped Hands Window Decoration

Trapped Hands Shadow Window Decoration

Super quick and easy, these five mini projects will put the scare in your lair in under an heure (ok, that’s French for hour, but it rhymes! Poetic license peeps!) Lickety-Split Luminaries (est. 15 minutes) These are more like lamp shades, in that they have no bottoms or tops, but they’re perfect for quick and easy decorating.  Find your favorite creepy shapes in the Pazzles Craft Room and create your own scary scene with shapes such as the witch from files like Best Witches, the tombstones and fence from the Graveyard Fence Border, the Spooky House, the Howling Ghost, the tree  and Bats (to name a few).   Create an 8.5 by 5.5 inch rectangle then inline it at 0.5 to create a black frame with the center (inline) white, then line up your scene with each element overlapping the one next to it as well as the edges of the frame; select the whole group and Subtract Weld them together in your software. To create legions of lurid landscapes use the powerful software to modify the files to fit your fancy: rotate and crop the Haunted Spooky Tree (with Cut Straight Line) then duplicate to become a brier thicket foreground or use the Spooky Branch in a similar manner.


Hanging Bootiful Bats

Easy Hanging Bootiful Bats

Super quick and easy, these five mini projects will put the scare in your lair in under an heure (ok, that’s French for hour, but it rhymes! Poetic license peeps!) Lickety-Split Luminaries (est. 15 minutes) These are more like lamp shades, in that they have no bottoms or tops, but they’re perfect for quick and easy decorating.  Find your favorite creepy shapes in the Pazzles Craft Room and create your own scary scene with shapes such as the witch from files like Best Witches, the tombstones and fence from the Graveyard Fence Border, the Spooky House, the Howling Ghost, the tree  and Bats (to name a few).   Create an 8.5 by 5.5 inch rectangle then inline it at 0.5 to create a black frame with the center (inline) white, then line up your scene with each element overlapping the one next to it as well as the edges of the frame; select the whole group and Subtract Weld them together in your software. To create legions of lurid landscapes use the powerful software to modify the files to fit your fancy: rotate and crop the Haunted Spooky Tree (with Cut Straight Line) then duplicate to become a brier thicket foreground or use the Spooky Branch in a similar manner.


Freaky Fridge Face

Frighteningly Fast Freaky Fridge Face

Super quick and easy, these five mini projects will put the scare in your lair in under an heure (ok, that’s French for hour, but it rhymes! Poetic license peeps!) Lickety-Split Luminaries (est. 15 minutes) These are more like lamp shades, in that they have no bottoms or tops, but they’re perfect for quick and easy decorating.  Find your favorite creepy shapes in the Pazzles Craft Room and create your own scary scene with shapes such as the witch from files like Best Witches, the tombstones and fence from the Graveyard Fence Border, the Spooky House, the Howling Ghost, the tree  and Bats (to name a few).   Create an 8.5 by 5.5 inch rectangle then inline it at 0.5 to create a black frame with the center (inline) white, then line up your scene with each element overlapping the one next to it as well as the edges of the frame; select the whole group and Subtract Weld them together in your software. To create legions of lurid landscapes use the powerful software to modify the files to fit your fancy: rotate and crop the Haunted Spooky Tree (with Cut Straight Line) then duplicate to become a brier thicket foreground or use the Spooky Branch in a similar manner.



Conversation Pumpkins

Conversation Pumpkins

Super quick and easy, these five mini projects will put the scare in your lair in under an heure (ok, that’s French for hour, but it rhymes! Poetic license peeps!) Lickety-Split Luminaries (est. 15 minutes) These are more like lamp shades, in that they have no bottoms or tops, but they’re perfect for quick and easy decorating.  Find your favorite creepy shapes in the Pazzles Craft Room and create your own scary scene with shapes such as the witch from files like Best Witches, the tombstones and fence from the Graveyard Fence Border, the Spooky House, the Howling Ghost, the tree  and Bats (to name a few).   Create an 8.5 by 5.5 inch rectangle then inline it at 0.5 to create a black frame with the center (inline) white, then line up your scene with each element overlapping the one next to it as well as the edges of the frame; select the whole group and Subtract Weld them together in your software. To create legions of lurid landscapes use the powerful software to modify the files to fit your fancy: rotate and crop the Haunted Spooky Tree (with Cut Straight Line) then duplicate to become a brier thicket foreground or use the Spooky Branch in a similar manner.


Halloween Luminary

Lickety-Split Halloween Luminary

Super quick and easy, these five mini projects will put the scare in your lair in under an heure (ok, that’s French for hour, but it rhymes! Poetic license peeps!) Lickety-Split Luminaries (est. 15 minutes) These are more like lamp shades, in that they have no bottoms or tops, but they’re perfect for quick and easy decorating.  Find your favorite creepy shapes in the Pazzles Craft Room and create your own scary scene with shapes such as the witch from files like Best Witches, the tombstones and fence from the Graveyard Fence Border, the Spooky House, the Howling Ghost, the tree  and Bats (to name a few).   Create an 8.5 by 5.5 inch rectangle then inline it at 0.5 to create a black frame with the center (inline) white, then line up your scene with each element overlapping the one next to it as well as the edges of the frame; select the whole group and Subtract Weld them together in your software. To create legions of lurid landscapes use the powerful software to modify the files to fit your fancy: rotate and crop the Haunted Spooky Tree (with Cut Straight Line) then duplicate to become a brier thicket foreground or use the Spooky Branch in a similar manner.


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Halloween Potion Jars with Vinyl

It's not often you get to say the words Essence of Nightmares, but today is the day Pazzles friends. Today's project is Halloween Potion Jars made with vinyl labels. I think you are really going to enjoy this spooky project.



Halloween Window Silhouettes

Halloween Window Silhouettes Cutting Collection

Dress up your house for Halloween with some spooky window clings. This set of 10 Halloween Silhouette cut files will help you haunt your house for the holiday. Cut the Halloween Window Silhouettes Cutting Collection from Window Cling Material or Wall Vinyl for spooky touches you can add all over your house. Because Window Cling and Wall Vinyl aren't permanent, you'll be able to easily remove these after the holiday.


Haunted House Shadow Box

Haunted House Shadow Box

Boo!  Isn’t Halloween fun? And what is scarier than a creepy, old haunted house? I’ve included all the files to fill your haunted house. A creepy skeleton, a coffin…nobody knows where its owner could be lurking, and it looks like the witch left her broom behind with her trusted black cat. Don’t even think about going up into the attic with those abnormally large spiders up there! EEK!!  I hope you have fun creating your spooky haunted house. I think it would be neat to add a scary tree and fence and make a whole scene for your mantel. Don’t forget to make a few extra spiders to crawl all over your Halloween table or mantel.


Dimensional Paper Scarecrow

Happy Fall with a Scarecrow/Feliz ...

We are at the start of the final quarter of year and that means the Fall season is here. Leaves fall and night comes early. It is time  to change the decor at home to welcome this season. I have seen a lot of beautiful decor and I always like the scarecrow that is used in the farms to protect the crops and for decor too.  I decided to make one for my home and I want it to be dimensional. For the Scarecrow I have used the following files: Pumpkin file from the Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece for the head.



Locker Gift Box / Rectángulo ...

Time flies and it is time to go back to school again.  It is time to meet old and new friends and teachers. It is also time for new challenges, but the most important thing is to have fun. This year my oldest boy goes to the Middle School. There are a lot of new things. One of these things is to have his own locker, to keep his belongings safe. So I thought I would do a Locker Box to welcome him to this new adventure. I used the Drawer Box file to start my project and I have made some changes and additions to get the door.


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Nautical Theme Party Favors

The invitations have already gone out and now it's time for some party favors. Using the Stationary Box file, create an inline box to the front, sides and the inside of the box to add dimension to the box. Use the Print and Cut method for the Life Saver, then cut around it.  Use the Pazzles Pen Tool to draw the "You're a Life Saver" onto the Tag file prior to cutting the tag out. I also cut out some Anchors for tags.


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Wizard World Cutting Collection: WPC, ...

I've just recently fallen in love with the wizard world created in the Harry Potter series of books. All the little details are amazing and as I read I couldn't wait to make some of these fun little pieces and parts of the world created in the books come to life in paper. The Wizard World Cutting Collection is a few of my favorite things from the story! The collection includes 11 files perfect to give your wizard loving friends a customized one of a kind gift. If you are a fan of Harry Potter you'll recognize these pieces and you can share them with other wizard loving friends. I've created the set to include a few invitation options, a few party decor options, and several party favor options. There's even a cauldron cupcake wrapper!



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Flying Paper Fish

I am always looking for fun little crafts I can do with my grandkids.  I saw a video one day of these really cute 'moveable' fish and knew I had to figure out how to make them.  After some trial and error, I was finally able to get them figured out. My granddaughter already loves her "Pying Pish" and was so excited to show it to her mommy and daddy.


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Pineapple Box

The pineapple is the national symbol of hospitality. It started way back in Columbus’s Day. He discovered the fruit and brought it back to the states, but farmers couldn’t figure out a way to make it grow outside its normal environment. The fruit quickly became an expensive commodity as it was not easy to ship without spoiling. Only honored and distinguished guests were gifted the extremely expensive whole pineapples and mostly by royalty. Even though today the pineapple is readily available, it still remains a symbol of welcome.


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Freedom Centerpiece Exploding Box Card

I wanted a nice centerpiece for my table for freedom celebrations such as Independence Day, Memorial Day, and Veteran’s Day that would have a WOW Factor, but would also make a strong statement in support of those who have given so much to gain and protect the freedoms we have. This design can be changed up and used for celebrations of all kinds, by selecting appropriate titles, colors, and images from the Pazzles Craft Room Library’s Holidays and Occasions sections. The colors of the festive rosettes and sparklers can reflect the nature of any special celebration. In browsing through the patriotic cutting files in the Pazzles Craft Room Library, I first found the Freedom title from the Independence Word Set that got my creative juices flowing.  I used the Times New Roman font to add the remaining text “Is Not Free” using the Text tools in the InVue software. To give the text a nice tri-color layered look, I first changed the text to a stencil using the Stencil Bridge tool. I added an outline of the stenciled text in red, selected the stencil and outline and used the Transparent Group to make a red frame. With the red frame selected, I used Outline again to create another larger layer on which to place the red frame. Arranging this text under the Freedom Title, and selecting all of the text layers, I added one more outline to create the white background layer for the title of the project. Red Stars made nice accents for the Freedom Title.



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Twinkling Flower Light Covers

I have been seeing people put very cute string lights on porches, outdoor spaces, game rooms and even kids rooms. It is something that is so fun and appealing that it made me realize it would be so fun to be able to create a cover for those lights. I created some shapes that include flowers, starbursts and covers. You can mix and match or use just one style for your entire string of lights. The fun thing with these is, they are very easy to change out, so you can change with the seasons or holidays if you want.


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Layered Vinyl Project: Patriotic Mason ...

For this layered vinyl project I used the three layers of flag from the MK July 4th Set. I would recommend getting the Wall Vinyl Transfer Tape from the Pazzles Store to make placing your vinyl onto the Mason jar easier (due to the many stripes which are a little delicate), but the Pazzles Jewels Vinyl was forgiving and came unstuck when I needed to carefully reposition or remove bubbles (which I would recommend adjusting immediately because this amazing product is permanent and even dishwasher safe!) I adhered the red layer first, then the white, then the blue, using the cut out stars from the blue flag field as embellishments above and below the flag on the jar.


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Make Your Own Patriotic USA ...

The 4th of July has always been one of my favorites. Getting together with family and friends, good food, and fireworks make this USA holiday one of the best. It also doesn't hurt that my birthday is the day before and my dad's is the day after, so as a kid the celebrations stretched on and on and there was always lots of cake! It's so fun to decorate for this holiday and fairly easy as well. The years we host family I like to create a little patriotic ambiance with over the top red, white, and blue decorations. I generally don't spend much money to do so, since I shop my house and use cheap candy and printables. Walk through your house and find all of the red, white, and blue items you can. Group them on your fireplace mantel or a display table. Add to your display with mason jars of red, white, and blue candy. There are so many cool patriotic images in the Craft Room Library that you can create printable pages from. Find a patriotic quote and type it out in a cool font, then add a few cute images. Create this all on an 8.5 x 11 mat and then simply hit print and add it to your display.



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