Curio, Silhouette, Silhouette classes, Silhouette Projects

Etched Acrylic Coasters with the Curio

What happens when you move into a furnished apartment with wood furniture? My husband says to me, “We should have brought coasters.”

No problem! Pull out the Curio, pick out a couple of designs and the Curio is etching away.

I may be working on the dining room table, but I am happy to have the Curio out and running.

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I picked up a few designs from the Silhouette Design Store, grabbed some acrylic coasters from my stash, my Curio coaster template, and the Curio machine did all the work.

Home Sweet Home by Diva Watts Designs – Design #346725 (top left)
Home Sweet Home by Diva Watts Designs – Design #346001 (top right)
Home is Where the Heart Is by Graphic House Design – Design #333473 (bottom left)
Home Hearts by Sophie Gallo – Design #318625 (bottom right)

Home Sweet Home Missouri by Jennifer Wambach – Design #148499
Home Sweet Home by Diva Watts Designs – Design #347923

And now the furniture will be protected….
well, if we can get the kids to use them.

Do you have a Curio and it’s just sitting there?
Get it out and play!

I’ve been teaching Curio classes for a couple of years now and have several available on my Teachable site HERE.

If you are interested in Acrylic Etching with the Curio, I would suggest the Basic Acrylic Etching with the Silhouette Curio class or the Acrylic Etching & Design with the Curio class.

If you are not a Curio owner, here is more information on etching with the Silhouette machines and why I highly recommend getting a Curio –
Etching with Your Silhouette Machine.

I would love to see and hear about what you are creating on my Facebook group at 
Silhouette Secrets with EllyMae. If you have questions feel free to post below or on the Facebook group too!

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Enjoy!

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