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Design by: AmyLouWho (13 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Project tags: Home Décor/Accents Photos/Frames/Boards Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Classic House Warming Country Gifts Clean & Simple

William Faulkner quote in vinyl on glass in a floating frame.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • 11X14 frame
  • 2 contrasting colors of vinyl

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I used the CCR to size my state to fit inside my frame. I also "flipped" the image so that it would be on the back side of the glass. Cut on settings for vinyl, weed and adhere to back of glass.
I chose a different font for each line of the quote to give it a "not so put together" look. I used CCR to size and place all letters so they would fit inside my frame. I cut out the entire phrase since it was all lined up in CCR, this allowed me to use one sheet of transfer tape to adhere quote to front of glass. Placing phrase on front gives this a more layered look.
Once all phrasing has been cut and weeded, place of front side of glass making sure to center wording. I wanted to offset my lettering, so it was all placed at the left margin rather than the right. Once phrase/quote has been placed, you are ready to pop glass back inside frame and you have a unique piece of home decor.

Step 1

I used the CCR to size my state to fit inside my frame. I also "flipped" the image so that it would be on the back side of the glass. Cut on settings for vinyl, weed and adhere to back of glass.

Step 2

I chose a different font for each line of the quote to give it a "not so put together" look. I used CCR to size and place all letters so they would fit inside my frame. I cut out the entire phrase since it was all lined up in CCR, this allowed me to use one sheet of transfer tape to adhere quote to front of glass. Placing phrase on front gives this a more layered look.

Step 3

Once all phrasing has been cut and weeded, place of front side of glass making sure to center wording. I wanted to offset my lettering, so it was all placed at the left margin rather than the right. Once phrase/quote has been placed, you are ready to pop glass back inside frame and you have a unique piece of home decor.

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