I just got a new Silhouette SD machine (thank you, Hubs)! Of course, I started with a couple of small projects, but then I went for the gusto and tried a big one.
I lucked out with a couple of frames at my neighbor's yard sale for $1 each. I was supposed to be selling stuff at ours, but I was actually out shopping. So much for cleaning out the garage! This is what they looked like before.
A few coats of primer and Krylon Dover White and they were ready for some lettering.
I printed out the scripture on my Silhouette SD Machine. I was a little daunted at first, but doing is the best way to learn! I also got a few tips from my friend Gail at My Repurposed Life. She is the Silhouette Queen!
I cut the words in manageable pieces, then used transfer material to lift the letters. You then position the transfer material onto the surface and burnish the letters, then lift off the transfer paper. Sorry, I don't have pictures because both of my hands were occupied!
After transferring all the lettering, I burnished them again to make sure they were sticking really good. I haven't decided if I'm going to put a protective coat of poly over the top or not. For now I'm just going to leave it as is.
Here they are again, garage sale print to Fabulous Vinyl Wall Hanging!