10 examples of acrylic sign décor for seasonal or everyday décor
This week I am in Salt Lake City, UT teaching a live Zoom class for Silhouette America & Michaels.
In this class, I will be showing a fun project that could be used for home or seasonal decor. The possibilities are endless when you start creating, as you will see below in the examples that follow.
It is a project that I believe anyone can do from beginner to advanced.
This class will be posted on the Michaels YouTube channel once the video is processed. Usually 24-48 hours after it’s been recorded and I will post a link here as soon as it’s available.
Find this video class HERE
Join me in this class whether live or on the replay and get to creating with your Silhouette.
I will be sharing tips to sizing the design, cutting adhesive vinyl, saving adhesive on the cutting mat, and more in this class.
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Basic supplies for all sign decor
– ArtMinds Acrylic 8″ x 9″ sign
– ArtMinds Acrylic 7.5″ x 10″ sign
– Craft Paint: colors of choice
– Paint palette or something to hold paint
– Artist Loft 1″ paint brush
– Oracal adhesive vinyl: colors of choice
– Oracal transfer tape
– Painters Tape
– Weeding tool – this is my favorite – EK Reverse Tweezers
– Wood stand
– Designs as demonstrated below
How to create:
Gather the supplies for your sign.
Paint the backside of the design with acrylic paint in the color(s) of your choice.
Let this completely dry before moving on to the next step.
Measure the size of your acrylic sign. Draw a rectangle the same size as the sign. If using an odd shape, make sure to measure inside of the narrowest part of the sign.
Select your design and size it inside of your drawn rectangle to best fit the shape you are working with.
Some designs will work better within a certain shape or portrait vs landscape orientation.
Cut adhesive vinyl in the color(s) of your choice.
Weed away the excess vinyl around the cut design.
Apply to the front side of the acrylic sign using transfer tape.
Check out the video tutorial HERE for tips on cutting adhesive vinyl.
(link will be added with the recording is live)
Hang your sign by the twine attached (if applicable) or use a wood stand.
Note: test your acrylic thickness with your wood stands – this may vary depending on the acrylic purchased and stands used.
Create signs to change out seasonally with your decor or just for general home decor purposes to enjoy all year long!
Store acrylic signs in page protectors when not in use to minimize any scratching on the acrylic sign or acrylic paints used. I will also wrap them in bubble wrap when storing as well.
I’ve created a few more signs to share with you and hopefully spark your creative thought process in how you can use this technique to fit your style.
Hopefully those have given you some ideas to start creating your own acrylic decor!
I’d love seeing what you are creating with your Silhouette machines or software.
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