There are a lot of options for signs. I’m currently trying out several techniques and materials. Reversed canvas: The inside frame is used and decorated canvas has been re-attached on the back of it. Wooden panel: They have way nicer edges when you turn it around and the back panel is thin wood. Metal sign: These tin plaques are fun … Read More
A few 18″x18″ pillows with a Valentine slogan of heat transfer vinyl and stuffed with an oversized insert 🙂 The pillow cases are envelope style and can go in the washer (warm or cold with mild detergent) and dryer (normal setting)! I made them without the names and will add them when a client buys them.
Vinyl decals on mugs
Now I have a thing for mugs… I have a modest collection of a few dozen mugs on a peg board in the kitchen, but it’s already full. And now I have a new hobby in making more mugs!! Oh my goodness, where will that end?! I am practising putting vinyl decals on cheap dollar store mugs for now and … Read More
Christmas decor with trailer and vinyl
Something I had in my mind for a while and was more work than I’d like to admit haha. I cut and painted the wood myself, glued buffalo plaid fabric on the back after adding a Happy Holidays vinyl iron-on decal, added ribbon on the sides and a little scenery with a trailer ornament, a miniature tree and glitter. I … Read More
Whether we use the Cricut to make a vinyl decal for these, or a stencil to paint on them – signs are among the funnest things we can make! Esp. when it’s personalized!
Vinyl Wall Decals
One of the first things I made with my new Cricut cutting machine last year, were some basic wall decals for my craftsroom. I used removable Cricut vinyl for this that came with the Cricut.