Here is a card that I made for the Principal at the kids' school, to say thanks for coaching the track team:
I searched for runner silhouettes and clip-art images and found this guy. I saved the image as a jpg, and then imported it to the Silhouette Studio software. I used the trace tool to make an image that the machine would be able to cut. I used the free-drawing tool to make the finish-line ribbon. I also cut the frame and text (Brush Script MT).
I used pumpkin stencils that I found online to create some Star Wars art for SugarBear's room. I used the same technique as I did for the card above.
I found this Darth Vader stencil here. I cut the image onto white cardstock and mounted it onto black using a spray adhesive. I ran the mask pieces through a Xyron sticker maker and used a glue stick for the tiniest bits. I used the left-over white Vader outline to help me place the mask details.
Here is Chewbacca, from this stencil:
This one was easy. I cut it out of white card stock and adhered it to bown cardstock. No little pieces.
I can see many hours of the day being lost to this seductive little machine. Hopefully someone else will learn how to use a vacuum around here.