It’s been a while and I think I’m back to crafting. Raising a toddler is no joke, but now that I’ve been fortunate enough to quit my day job and moved in to full-time stay-at-home-mommy status, the crafting must commence!
I won't go into instructions for using the Silhouette here. The text tool in the Silhouette software is pretty straight-forward and all you really need to know are the basics of using the machine for this one.
4. Draw a pencil mark where the bottom of the letters will be to line them up nicely. Space out all the lettering on the board, then one by one apply the letters with a glue stick.
6. This is the satisfying part. Make sure the paint is kind of dry first. Doesn't have to be totally dry, just not watery. Carefully peel off the letters to reveal your text. Ahhh!
Here's a sign I made on canvas for the laundry room using the same technique and my new toy.
Thanks for checking this out!