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Looking to make a customized wooden sign but not sure how to? This tutorial will walk you through each step of the way from creating the design, cutting the design to applying the design to your item of choice.
I am definitely the kind of person who loves to make my home decor. I like to customize my decor by hand making many of the items.
If you’re like me, you dread the chore of laundry! I decided to spruce up my laundry room decor with this funny sign that you can make with this how-to tutorial!
You may recall my laundry room makeover that went from a fire destroyed, non-functioning pig stye to a beautifully organized floral oasis! I am happy to report, that I still love my laundry room a year later!
When I designed the space, I had to throw a little mom humor into the room. Which, let’s just pause here real quick. Mom humor is no where near as funny as dad humor. Mom humor is basically telling the truth and hoping someone feels sorry for us! HA!
When I came across a design at Silhouette, I knew it was the one for me!
My then 12-year old daughter was into using my Dixie Belle chalk paint and buying small wooden pieces at our local thrift store and then giving them a makeover. One of the items she had bought was this super cute chalkboard shelf holder thingy. Like all good moms out there, I took it from her and used it for myself!
Funny Laundry Room Sign | How To Make A Sign with A Silhouette Cameo
For a more detailed how-to tutorial, see this tutorial.
How To Make A Sign with A Silhouette Cameo
- Create design
Create design in Silhouette Studio. I bought this design by Jillibean Soup in Silhouette Studio.
- Cut design
Cut design using Silhouette Cameo
- Weed design
Weed your design
- Transfer design
Transfer design to transfer paper over top of stencil
- Apply design
Apply design to chalkboard
- Remove transfer paper
Remove transfer paper from the design revealing the vinyl lettering. Do this carefully and slowly, ensuring that the vinyl does not peel back off of the chalkboard
Hang and display!
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