Hey there! I’m back again with another Cricut Design. Today I’m showing you how to make a vinyl lettering Cricut Design Space project. I made a cute, happy repurposed metal sign for a gallery wall in my office!
My office space is still a work in progress and I’m slowly adding decorative touches that make me happy to spend so much time in this space. This “Powder Room”metal sign has been waiting to be repurposed and I knew that a vinyl lettering Cricut Design Space project was the way to go! You know I always say that I like quick and easy so I made a simple design and kept my project in Black and white. I love how the shiny vinyl looked on the painted black metal sign. I’m not ready for the total reveal of my gallery wall yet but here is part of it. The sign adds another piece to my gallery in progress.
Here is the metal sign before and after:
It was so easy to do and I am sharing the files with you so you can upload them into Cricut Design Space and create your own “My Happy Place” sign! I used an 18 x 4.75 size but I’m giving you all the words, arrow, and flower separately so you can arrange it to fit on whatever you’d like. Yay! Here is the easy process to creating your design.
Vinyl Lettering Cricut Design Space Project
Here are the individual files. Click on the name below and right click the png files to save to your computer. Then you can get started on your own project to cut!
I’d Love to see what you come up with for this design! I’m really loving my cricut machine and the project ideas are endless. If you’re considering getting a cricut machine just go for it! It’s well worth it! You can pick up your machine or supplies here:
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Let me know what you did with this design and what projects you like to do. I’d also love hearing what kind of projects or designs you’d like me to share.
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