Splash-Proof Bag and a Dope Silhouette Deal

In honor of the new Silhouette Cameo & Rhinestone Starter Kit offer, I whipped up one of our Boxy Toiletry Bags to hold my mama gear and protect it from danger in these splashy Summer months. I’ve found my camera, phone, wallet, etc. at the bottom of a damp towel bag too many times, so I quickly stitched our easy toiletry bag from Birch Fabrics Next Stop – Captured and lined with interfacing and waterproof Babyville Boutique PUL. I finished it with the perfect zipper from Zip-It Zippers and leather accents. The sparkly rhinestone & leather camera patch? I made that on my handy Silhouette Cameo, of course. Read on for a hot new deal on the Silhouette and the Rhinestone Starter kit.

Get 1 Silhouette CAMEO and 1 Rhinestone Starter Kit for $269.99 (MSRP $339.98!) when you enter the code PRUDENT at checkout.

Today  – June 28th 2012

The rhinestone starter kit contains all the materials you need to get started with rhinestones from template material to rhinestones to an instructional DVD. If you’re interested in creating rhinestone projects and aren’t sure where to start, this kit and your Silhouette are all you need to jump in.

Starter kit includes:
2 sheets of rhinestone template material
2 sheets of transfer tape
2 backing boards
rhinestone positioning brush
400 10ss clear rhinestones
400 10ss black rhinestones
400 10ss pink rhinestones
exclusive download card good for 10 rhinestone templates and a rhinestone alphabet
idea booklet and instruction guide
instructional DVD

Here are more projects you can make with rhinestones on the Silhouette Cameo. If you already have a Silhouette but want in on the Rhinestone Starter Kit, it’s $29.99 with the code PRUDENT at check out.

Don’t all my goodies look so dry and happy in there?Cute phone case c/o incase.



Robin @ tansydolls.blogspot.com

Okay, I was perfectly fine not owning a silhouette but knowing it cuts awesome patches… now I’m going to covet it. But first I have to figure out a way to own this Bernina I have on loan then I can worry about the silhouette.


I used this idea to make a splash proof bag for myself, although i used the other make up bag case form, the taller one. It came out OK, but I had some “fun” (not) with the PLU fabric, I’m guessing thats why you used the interfacing, which i completely forgot about! It turned out ok, just shorter than it started out 🙂 So I recommend to anyone trying to make this, read up on how to sew with PLU fabric, there are some good tips out there. Can’t wait to bring my case near water!!


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