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Wall scripture- Extreme Fonts Contest


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Design by: MamaCalzone (10 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Family Home Décor/Accents Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Modern Classic Trendy Baby Boy Girl Kids Teen Spiritual/Religious Baby Décor Geometric

Nice 24" x 20" vinyl wall scripture with 7" x 11" cross for any child's room, and a great promise scripture for parents, child and more children to come.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Dark blue adhesive backed vinyl
  • Provo Craft transfer tape
  • Cricut font and basic shapes cartridge
  • Fiskars Cutting board

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Since I have a cricut mini I had to do this design in five 8.5" x 12" pieces. First prepare five layers so that when the layers are cut and placed together the larger image will be seen. ex.) one layer would have: "All your...shall be taught.. next layer would have: children... by the LORD..etc. The last layer contained both the cross and Isaiah 54:13.
*Note: The extreme font used is very thin, so to ensure a better transfer, I doubled up the font and off-set what was copied so that it welded the copied font and original font together, making the font thicker.
Cut adhesive backed vinyl with cutting board to the appropriate size to fit your mat, set the vinyl on your mat, load it into your Cricut and cut the first layer. Note* For this I set my pressure to 2 and blade depth to 3.
Cut transfer tape on craft cutting board to fit your mat. After your layer has been cut peel vinyl off that is not part of your design.
Peel off the liner of the transfer tape and place the sticky side smoothly and firmly over the vinyl that you have left on your mat.
Gently rub on top of the transfer tape to assure all parts of your design lift onto the transfer tape and then peel the transfer tape up and place it on the wall where you'd like it to go.
Rub the transfer tape firmly to assure that the vinyl design sticks to the wall and gently pull away transfer tape till your design is left on the wall. For all layers that spell out the scripture, repeat steps 2-6. For the Isaiah 54:13 and the cross, those elements can be cut on the same layer but after cut you can take the transfer tape and cut it so that you can lift them off the mat and place them separately on the wall where you would like them to go.

Step 1

Since I have a cricut mini I had to do this design in five 8.5" x 12" pieces. First prepare five layers so that when the layers are cut and placed together the larger image will be seen. ex.) one layer would have: "All your...shall be taught.. next layer would have: children... by the LORD..etc. The last layer contained both the cross and Isaiah 54:13.
*Note: The extreme font used is very thin, so to ensure a better transfer, I doubled up the font and off-set what was copied so that it welded the copied font and original font together, making the font thicker.

Step 2

Cut adhesive backed vinyl with cutting board to the appropriate size to fit your mat, set the vinyl on your mat, load it into your Cricut and cut the first layer. Note* For this I set my pressure to 2 and blade depth to 3.

Step 3

Cut transfer tape on craft cutting board to fit your mat. After your layer has been cut peel vinyl off that is not part of your design.

Step 4

Peel off the liner of the transfer tape and place the sticky side smoothly and firmly over the vinyl that you have left on your mat.

Step 5

Gently rub on top of the transfer tape to assure all parts of your design lift onto the transfer tape and then peel the transfer tape up and place it on the wall where you'd like it to go.

Step 6

Rub the transfer tape firmly to assure that the vinyl design sticks to the wall and gently pull away transfer tape till your design is left on the wall. For all layers that spell out the scripture, repeat steps 2-6. For the Isaiah 54:13 and the cross, those elements can be cut on the same layer but after cut you can take the transfer tape and cut it so that you can lift them off the mat and place them separately on the wall where you would like them to go.

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