I am a college student that is moving into a house next year with a group of girls. I decided to make this sign for our front porch using a Cricut Vinyl Cutter and Cricut Design space.
For this project I used:
- Square Wood Pallet Plaque from Michaels
- Cricut Vinyl Cutter
- Vinyl Sticker Sheet
- Cutting Mat
- Transfer Paper
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Step 1: Pick Out a Sign
I first took a trip to the local Michaels store to pick out a sign to print on.
Step 2: Download Fonts
Next, I spent time browsing the web for the perfect fonts. I decided on "Tomato Soup" for my script font and made use of the standard font "Garamond" for my serif font.
Step 3: Create Your Stickers
Using Cricut Design Space, I created my text. Be sure to weld the two words together so they cut correctly.
Step 4: Cut Your Stickers
Next, cut your stickers using a Cricut Maker Machine, a Cutting Mat, and a white vinyl sticker sheet.
Step 5: Peel and Place Your Stickers
Finally, use Cricut Transfer Tape to transfer the stickers from the Cutting Mat to the sign.