Use metallic vinyl on scrapbook paper to make a pretty wreath. Frame it and use it as a dry erase board to write what you’re thankful for on!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Expressions Vinyl. As always, all ideas and opinions are my own.
So I kind of have a thing for wreaths. I’m not even going to tell you how many I have. For each and every holiday. And in between. It’s a lot. Eventually I will run out of doors to put them all on! But I love how festive they are.
I am super excited about today’s adhesive vinyl project because it’s a wreath, BUT it’s 2D and goes in a frame! I can put it in different places than an actual wreath AND it’s interactive. This thankful sign, once framed, can be written on with a dry erase marker so that people can write what they are thankful for on the leaves!
You will need a 12×12 picture frame, a sheet of 12×12 scrapbook paper, and Lustre Specialty Adhesive Vinyl Sheets in Champagne, Red, Yellow, Orange, and Bronze.
In my Silhouette software I found some fall leaf shapes from the Library. I made sure they were all relatively the same size and formed them into a wreath shape on a 12×12 template to get an idea of how the leaves would fit together once cut.
I copy and pasted the leaves so that I could keep one set in the shape of the wreath as a reference and used the other set to cut the leaves. I cut three of the leaves on each sheet of the red, yellow, orange, and bronze vinyl.
The font for “thankful” is called Bromello. I welded the letters together prior to cutting and cut it out on the champagne vinyl.
And it’s a great conversation starter on Thanksgiving day if you pass it around the table for everyone to fill in.
Don’t miss these other Thanksgiving crafts!
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Gratitude Banner | Pumpkin Donut Treat Bags | Pie Apron |
Boho Pumpkin Luminaries | Toilet Paper Pumpkins |
Turkey Place Cards | Easy Fall Napkins | Thankful Embroidery