April 6, 2020

Mother's Day Plaque Sign

Hello! Today I am sharing a Mother's Day plaque sign I made. Just because sometimes you have to remind them who is boss. ;)

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I found an image on the internet and then using my Silhouette Designer Studio and Silhouette Cameo 4 and some StyleTechCraft Polished Metal Vinyl in Yellow, Ruby, Sky Blue, and Black I cut it out using the metallic vinyl setting.  Then I transferred the images onto some StyleTechCraft Clear Grid Transfer Tape and weeded the letters from the little parts in the middle of the letters using the StyleTechCraft Tools.

I then painted an oval wood plaque with some Plaid Folkart Multi-surface Paint in Titanium White and the outside edge of the plaque I painted it with some Plaid Folkart Glitterific Paint in Aqua.

Once the paint was dry, I then transferred the vinyl to the plaque.

Then I added some flowers from I Am Roses and I was done. This would make a great gift for mom for Mother's Day.

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