“Now We Have Everything” Nursery Art

"Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - A Tried & True ProjectThere is¬† nothing in this world that exemplifies “Spring” quite so much as a fresh new baby! I made this “Everything” Nursery Art at the request of my cousin for her beautiful new baby girl and thought all my fellow machine cutters might want to the free SVG and Studio files to make your own. Welcome to the world, Baby Bells!

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Everything Nursery Art

– Free “Everything” Nursery Art files (SVG, Studio)
Scrapbook Paper
Silhouette Cameo
Spray Adhesive
Fine Point Glue Pen
12″x12″ Scrapbook Frame


1. Download the free “Everything” Nursery Art (SVG or Studio) and run it through your cutting machine. I used the standard settings for textured cardstock. Once cut, begin weeding the words, taking care to put aside any of the small pieces you might need for later.

"Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - Weed2. Lay the words and the circle out backwards and apply spray adhesive to the back."Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - Spray Adhesive3. Glue in place on a separate 12×12 piece of scrapbook paper. Use a fine point glue pen for the small pieces and dots."Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - Adhere4. Since I was in a bit of a rush to get this to my cousin (sorry it was so late, Gabi!), I used the Autumn Flowers pattern from BasicGrey I bought from the Silhouette store so obviously, I can’t re-distribute that to you guys. You can either buy the pattern, design your own, or look around for free files. I’m sure you’ll find something!"Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - Flowers5. If you kept all your pieces after weeding the letters at the beginning, you can make two for the price of one! I can’t decide which one I like better, the mostly white or grey one? I asked everyone over on my Instagram feed (don’t forget to follow me!) and they were pretty split down the middle. Which one do you like best?

"Now We Have Everything" Nursery Art - Negative versionAfter assembling your “Everything” Nursery Art, just put it in a 12″x12″ scrapbook frame and you’re done. If you made it for yourself, you can hang and enjoy it and still have a second one to gift to a special friend!

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  1. I like the mostly white one better. It feels more delicate. And I love delicate things right now (don’t really know why though!) Also, love your site redesign!

  2. I have never used spray adhesive before. How have you found is the best way to use it so that it doesn’t make a big mess? Seems like it would be great for very intricate projects like this. Good job as always Vanessa!

  3. What a cute gift idea. I love that you could use both the positive and the negative parts of it for 2 totally different but awesome looks. Thanks for sharing!


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