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Kid's Playroom Decorations - Extreme Font Contest


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Design by: thepascraper (11 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: School Family Home Décor/Accents Wall Décor/Wreaths/Banners Trendy Preschool/Kindergarten Playful

I having been trying to come up with any idea for my children's playroom and when the Extreme Font contest came out it was perfect for what I wanted to do. I have come up with a theme for the playroom that focuses on learning. In the middle of the wall I created a black board for the kids to use and then on one side I have the letters 123 and the other side has ABC. Just above the black board is lady bugs and apples that encompass the black, red, white them that is through the playroom.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Vinyl

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

I first cut the Extreme Fonts in the shapes of ABC and then 123. The images are 12 inches each.

I used Red Vinyl for the A and the 1 ... I then used Black Vinyl for the B and 3 and White Vinyl for the C and 3.
I then used the Best Images of 2006 to cut the Lady Bug Image. I modify the image a little bit so I would not have to use as much Vinyl. I basically eliminated some of the layering.

I then used the Doodlecharms Cartridge to cut the Apple.
The last step in the process was putting the graphics on the wall. The best thing to do is tape the graphics in place before removing the back adhesive from the vinyl so you get them exactly where you need them. Once in place carefully remove the backing of the vinyl and adhere to the wall. I really loved the way it came out and I can't wait to add more to it.

Step 1

I first cut the Extreme Fonts in the shapes of ABC and then 123. The images are 12 inches each.

I used Red Vinyl for the A and the 1 ... I then used Black Vinyl for the B and 3 and White Vinyl for the C and 3.

Step 2

I then used the Best Images of 2006 to cut the Lady Bug Image. I modify the image a little bit so I would not have to use as much Vinyl. I basically eliminated some of the layering.

I then used the Doodlecharms Cartridge to cut the Apple.

Step 3

The last step in the process was putting the graphics on the wall. The best thing to do is tape the graphics in place before removing the back adhesive from the vinyl so you get them exactly where you need them. Once in place carefully remove the backing of the vinyl and adhere to the wall. I really loved the way it came out and I can't wait to add more to it.

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