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Hey Everyone! My name is Ken and I am the owner of Ken's Kreations. I started my craft journey about 4 years ago with my first Cricut and now it has taken on a life of it'w own. I love to make crafts and how to YouTube videos. currently I have a Silhouette Cameo and a Cricut Explore....however I am looking to extend that to a silver Bullet. 

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Hey Everyone! Ken here with another Kreation's of mine. Today for my PPBN Designs project I made some home decor based on the hit movie "Wreck It Ralph".

Over at PPBN designs you can choose from many "Disney" inspired themed cut files. I love the movie Wreck-It-Ralph so I chose to use the Ruin-It-Ralph and V is for Vanellope files for this project. I used the print and cut feature of the Silhouette Cameo. Below I show the project photos, a step-by-step YouTube videos and go over all the materials you will need for the project.

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Here is a step-by-step process on how to make these adorable art pieces. This is a quick project that anyone can do in as little as 20 minutes:

Time: 20 Minutes
Difficult: Easy

Machine: Silhouette Cameo
Canvas: 10 X 10 Canvas
Printable Media: SQUARE 1 Masterpiece
Ribbon: Black Ribbon w White Stiching
Buttons: Pink ButtonsBlack Buttons
Flower: Pink Flower
Stickles: FireflyYellow TurquoiseTropical TangerineCranberry
Adhesive: ATG GUN
V is for Vanellope:

Here are some additional project photos:

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Hey Everyone! Ken here with another project from Ken's Kreations. Today for my Scrappy Dew Project I made a frosted glass block inspired by the movie Frozen. Scrappy Dew just released the Let It Go file that features the amazing characters from the hit movie.

Below you will find all the materials that I used for this project, the download links and a how to YouTube video. In the video I show you step-by-step instructions on how to make this amazing block.

To Purchase Block:

Here is the picture of the block, without the lights plugged in:

Here is the picture of the blog with the lights on:

Here is a step-by-step YouTube video showing you step-by-step how to create this project:

Time: 30 Minutes (not including drying time)

Glass Material: 8 X 8 Glass Block
Block Stand: Glass Block Stand
Printable Media: SQUARE 1 masterpiece
SVG File: Let It Go File
Lights: 20 Count String Of Lights
Frosted Material: Rust-Oleum Frosted Spray
Vinyl: 2 colors of Vinyl
Transfer Tape: Silhouette Transfer Tape
Printer: Canon Printer

Here is some other project photos:

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Saturday, April 12, 2014


Hey Everyone! Welcome to the very first Doll-A-Palooza. I am so excited to share my project using the amazing Scrap Factory Doll Builder program that you can purchase by CLICKING HERE. Below you can watch the YouTube video I made where I personally show you how to download, generate SVG files and create your own unique paper dolls. This program was designed to continue to grow and add on expansion packs. Check out what this amazing program can do:

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I made these amazing characters using the PPBN Design Expansion Pack. This program is so user friendly and designed to take the work out of the design so you can concentrate on the magic of your Kreation:

Make sure to hop over to the next blog to see what Doll they have created using this amazing software. Thanks for stoping by today and make sure to check back really soon to see what other Kreation's I come up with!

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014


Hey Everyone! It is time for another Kreation by Ken's Kreations.

So yesterday I show you on my blog the Girl Scout Frame. Well once you have all of those cookies form those cute little girls, you will need a place to store them. This leads me to today's project:

For this project I found the cookie jar at Michael's. It was part of their Ashland collection and they were having a 60% off sale as of today's date post. You can also find this cookie jar at this LINK. I used the PPBN COOKIE FILE. This is a kit for a scrapbook, however I just used the elements I needed for this project. I imported this file into my Silhouette Studio Software. Then using the basic ARIAL font, I used the text feature in my Silhouette Studio Software to create the words "More" and "Please". I sized the COOKIE FILE to my desired size for the cookie jar. I utilized the chalk oval space as the back of the cookie jar to instruct "mom or dad" to refill the jar. Using the print and cut features, I printed this onto the SQUARE1 inkjet printable media 8.5" x 11". This is a printable adhesive backed media that allows you to print your designs on superior quality media. Once the design was printed and cut on my Silhouette Cameo, I arranged the designs onto the jar. Taking Ranger Stickles 1/2-Ounce Glitter Glue, Cinnamon, I randomly selecting chocolate chips to sparkle. I finished the project with a coordinating Royal Blue with White Dots Grosgrain Ribbon Polka Dot 1-1/2 inch 50 Yards and added a simple ribbon to the top of the stainless steel lid. 

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Project Details:
Time Spent: 35 Minutes
Level: Easy

Product Used:
Machine: Silhouette Cameo

Here Is Some More Picture Of The Project:

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014


Hey Everyone! Ken here with another Kreation!

Well I am sure everyone knows that it is Girl Scout cookie season. Who does not love those yummy cookies. Well my Sister-in-Law works for the local Girl Scouts in their administration office, so this was a perfect opportunity for me to use the Girl Scouts File from Scrappy Dew! Here is how the project turned out. I haven taken the glass out of the frame to reduce the glare from the picture taken.

So for this project I started with a 12 X 12 Shadow Box Frame. I got the files for the Three Girls and the three sentiments from Scrappy Dew:

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The files come grouped together. I sized the girls at 5.25" high for their body. Make sure to keep all the elements in ration together so the sizing stays correct. I used my Cricut Explore for this project and like I have said before I love how the software Design Space does all the work for me on .SVG. I size the files, sync the colors and hit go. AMAZING!! One of the things I love about my craft room is how my Cricut Explore and Silhouette Cameo work in perfect harmony with each other. I used the Cricut Explore for my girls and the Silhouette Cameo for the sentiments and title.    Since my Sister-In-Law works at the Spokane girls scouts I downloaded their logo, office name, and pledge from the Girl Scouts Website.

Time: 60 mins

Materials Used:
Adhesive: Scotch ATG3D Dots
White Pen: Uni Ball (For Eyes)
Stickles: Diamond Color

Here Are The Close Up Detail Pictures of The Project:

Thanks for checking out today's project!! Make sure to come back tomorrow and Friday to see what other Kreation I have come up with. Thanks for following my blog!!


Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Hey Everyone! Ken Here with another Kreation!!

So I have been so busy making projects for my design teams that I forgot my Aunt's birthday. Well this was a perfect time to use one of my favorite birthday files from Scrappy Dew. My Aunt is a huge fan of Bears. She loves the cuddly creatures. And well, I love her. However as a bad nephew I forgot to her Birthday completely and to make it up to here I made a card:

To make this card I started off with a pre-designed card that I got off of Michelle My Belle's Creations Blog. Every monday she features a Mojo Monday Card file that she has converted and she allows anyone to download them for FREE. To see all of the Mojo Monday Card files follow the link below.

Once I had the card base figured out I needed to find the perfect .svg file, and Scrappy Dew had the perfect file for my aunt that featured clowns dressed up as bears. You can purchase this amazing file here, and do not forget that you get 70% off a $30 purchase on the Scrappy Dew site no coupon required:

This was also the first project that I used my Cricut Explore with the Cricut Explore Drawing Pens. I used these in the machine to write the sentiment "I Am Such A Clown To Forget Your Birthday". Now that cricut allows you to use any TTF files in their Design Space, it was super easy to write any sentiment on the card that fit my occasion. 

Time: 30 Mins
Machine: Cricut Explore
Adhesive: ATG Gun,  3D Foam Dots
White Paint: Enamel Accents

Up Close Pictures:

Thanks for checking out my project today. Come back tomorrow to see what Kreation I come up with next.


Monday, March 31, 2014


Hey Everyone! It is Ken here with another Ken's Kreation! Today I wanted to show you a project using a great product called SQUARE 1 Printable Fabric. Using my Silhouette Cameo and this amazing product I am going to show you step-by-step how you can create your own photo collage Phone Case. 

To create this project you will only need these simple supplies (besides your phone). You will need:
- Square 1 Adhesive Fabric

Then Follow the Step-By-Step in This Video to complete the project:

Here is completed pictures of a phone case I made for my partner:

Make sure to come back soon to see what other Kreations I have come up with!

Sunday, March 30, 2014


Hey Everyone it is time for another Kreation's from Ken's Kreation's.

Well I am so excited that I get to be the first designer to work with the new Universal Love Set from PPBN Designs. This is an amazing set that features characters from my favorite Pixar Movie Wall*E.  In this project I show you how you can take this Scrapbook Page Kit and using the same elements from this kit, create your own custom card to give to a loved one. Here is the finished product we are going to make:

For Step-By-Step Instruction on how to make this project, Check Out this YouTube Video:

Time: 40 Minutes
Adhesive: ATG Gun
Printer: Canon Printer

You can Get The File From PPBN Designers Here:

Close Up Photos To Show Details:

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014


Hey Everyone! Ken here with Ken's Kreations!!

Here Is This Week's PPBN Designs Project!! 

Check Out How I Made This Project Here:

This week's project I got to try out two new things! A wonderful new set from PPBN Designs and a new material called Square 1 Printable Fabric

Well I think the Frozen Phenomenon is upon us and let me just say I am party of this frozen blizzard! I love everything about this movie. I LOVE the store, songs, characters and the endless quotes. One of my favorite characters is Olaf. This cute little snowman is the heart of the movie and I adore him. One of the best quotes that warms my heart is when he says:

"Some People Are Worth Melting For!"

Well as soon as I knew I was going to be a designer for PPBN Designs, I knew I wanted to work with the Snow Queen Set. I only used the happy little snowman from this set. However the rest of the set is amazing.

Also in this project I use for the first time Square 1 Printable Fabric. This is an AMAZING product. Square1 Masterpiece is a PVC- free adhesive backed fabric that is a safe alternative to vinyl.  Square1 is more flexible and easier to use than vinyl ever could be. Plus....did I tell you...IT IS PRINTABLE!!!! Olaf is done in this amazing product! Check out the video below to see this amazing product in action!

Time: 30 Mins
Products Used (Click the links to purchase the product)
Machine: Silhouette Cameo
Square 1 Masterpiece: Square 1 Masterpiece
Here Are The Pictures From This Project:

Tuesday, March 25, 2014


Hey Everyone! It is Ken here with another Ken's Kreation

Well spring is in the air and what a better chance to use some of Scrappy Dew's Easter designs. I decided I needed more Easter decor for my house so this Spring Easter Train was the perfect project for me. I made this project using my Cricut Explore. I love using the Cricut Explore for Scrappy Dew projects. Why? Because when I import their files into Design Space the SVG is imported in color, and this is where Design Space does its magic. I sized this file at 12.5 long while keeping the ratio locked. I synched a few of my colors to minimize the amount of mats/cuts I needed to use. Then I hit GO! Design Space and Cricut Explore does the rest! It is simply a huge time saver!!

Here is The Easter File That I Used At Scrappy Dew:

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