I found a huge roll of removable vinyl “wallpaper” at Goodwill for $4, and a bag of three 7"x11" wood plaques, a d decided to see how feasible using my Cameo to make stencils was. (Just using vinyl would probably be easier, but the colors are more limited.) So I worked up this sign using the deer I drew for my Christmas tree skirt. The green bits of flourish are a cut file from another artist, and the font is a free one from DaFont. I fretted over the layout, and the more fiddly bits of text and flourishes bled more than I would have liked, but a little touchup here or there and overall, I think the technique, a d the design, worked great. I LOVE my new little sign. Next, one for Halloween!
That’s really cute! I love the font you chose.
I love it, it came out great! The font choice is nice and classic and your deer are so cute.
Really really cute!
So cute! I love the non-traditional Christmas colors.
Thanks! The colors harken back to 1950s Shiny Brite colors, to match my vintage ornament collection, and the retro tree skirt I made last year.
That is adorable! I can totally see the Shiny Brite in it.
Thanks! I looked it up, and just in case you’re interested, the font is called Brighton Spring.
that is so great! Can’t wait to see the Halloween one!
Adorable, cheery, AND romantic!
This is so sweet and I love the colors. I bet your tree skirt is fantastic too.
Congratulations! Your great craft is one of this week’s Featured Projects!
Honestly, the tree skirt is one of my favorite creations of all time.
I remember it now! Its adorable.