1. Liz @ Quirky Vistas

    I love signs and yours is adorable. The figuring out is definitely the hardest part. It’s great you have the cricut to help you. The results were a success.

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    • Cyndee

      I don’t think it would be hard at all. I use the Cricut because I have it available. Any font or word stencils could be substituted. Arrange them until you are happy with the layout, then tape them together.

  4. Diane Mbjeshova

    I just found your site while I was looking around on Pintrest. Well I think I ‘ve found my new favorite site. Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us. I do have a question about the stencil you made using your Cricut. What did you use for the stencil itself? Is it paper stock or did you use something else?
    I would think the stock paper would’nt hold up to the paint right???? I just love the message and font you choose, I want to try and make this for my children. I hope It comes out 1/2 as good as your’s. Thanks again, Diane.

  5. Cyndee

    Thanks so much for the kind words, Diane. Yep, I used plain old ordinary card stock. It is actually quite durable. I have used the stencil that you see in this post several times and it is still usable. I let it dry thoroughly before I put it away and drying seems to harden the paper where it has softened. I know I can get several more signs from this before I have to make another. Your signs will look great!

    • Diane

      I can’t wait to get started, I have plenty of card stock, now I just need to pick out the font for the cricut and I can get started. Thank you again for the fast reply.


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