To excited! Silhouette Craft

You can call me Andy ;)
First, sorry for the quality of the photo.  All I had handy was my trusty iPhone.  This was a really, really unplanned craft.
Each section is a 12 x 12 sheet of card stock.
I originally planned to do a single black and white silhouette like my friend Jessie did on her blog, but it took on a mind of its own.  I went to dig out my black card stock, realized I was out, saw all of these bright colors and channeled a little Andy Warhol.  I have always wanted a Warhol print of Addison.  This was much, much more cost effective!  Now, I just need to find frames and get these hung!  They will be perfect upstairs.  Of course, you could use whatever color scheme you want and make these fit perfectly anywhere in your house.  For instructions on how to make a silhouette, visit Jessie’s blog, The Lucas Zoo.
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5 Responses to To excited! Silhouette Craft

  1. Clements Family says:

    ADORABLE!!! I have been wanting something like that of my kids!

  2. Jack Kung says:

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  3. Jessie says:

    Yours ROCKS mama! I love it :)

  4. So cute!!! Can’t wait to try it myself!

    Thanks so much for stopping by The House on the Corner ~ I’m following back!

  5. The shilouette you made is so darn cute
    I love shiloutte but sometimes kinda boring when it only comes in black

    Thanks for stopping at my blog. I’m now following you back

    Citra
    http://childhood-obsessions.blogspot.com

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