Have you ever thought to write on dishes? My handwriting is not so great so when I want clean lines and the perfect lettering I use my vinyl as a stencil.
Here’s some screen shots from the Inspired by Pinterest episode called “Writing on Dishes” on My Craft Channel.
Best method to fill in your letter is to go back and forth and move upward on the design. Do not go back over the area you’ve already colored if you want a solid colored in area.
But to give you a better idea of what I’m talking about…check out the episode here:
Our design team member, Staci Potter filmed a Special Feature video over on My Craft Channel. She explains why using transfer tape is so crucial when crafting with vinyl. You can view it here….
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Join Lori Allred as she shows you how to take
crafting with vinyl to the next level. She’ll share creative
ways to glitter and bling out vinyl for home decor and gift giving.
View the episode on My Craft Channel by clicking here!
You know our friends over at My Craft Channel area always rockin’ the Brookie Craft products. Today for their Featured Buy (daily deal item) they offered the Brookie Craft Sticky Stencil Sheets. But what caught our eye is what the talented host, Staci Potter did with the stencil sheets.
She used this on a bunch of cute items like, pillows, monograms and a frame.
Check out these darling MONOgrammed Towels Staci created. She said it made it easier to keep towels straight while at the pool or beach. Definitely a must try!!
Try out upholstery spray paint and a stencil to make fabric to create this amazing look on a piece of fabric, pillow and more.
Great thing about using Sticky Stencils is you can reuse them over and over. Staci stenciled her t-shirt and this darling pillow with the same stencil. She said she loves that it stays sticky to make it easier to use.
We spotted the very talented Lori Allred over on My Craft Channel today showing some fun ideas on how to repurpose old cabinet doors. What caught our eye were the great uses of Brookie Craft vinyl.
Be sure to catch all of Lori’s Inspired by Pinterest Cabinet Door episode. But check out these close ups how cool vinyl can be with home decor!
You might recognize this from an earlier blog post.
Have you ever thought of takend reclaimed cabinet doors and giving them an entirely different look and purpose with a coat of paint and some vinyl?
This is going to be hung outside next to my front door, but I didn’t have any hooks at the time I took the photo. You get the idea, right? To learn more about how these were created, check out the newest episode of Inspired by Pinterest on My Craft Channel, airing Friday, June 29, 2012.
You might have seen us hanging out over on My Craft Channel. We’re big fans and we love the different show hosts that inspire us all to get crafty. One that stood out to us is one called “Get a Little Creative. ” Get a Little Creative is all about getting crafty with inspiration from the best creative blogs on the internet. Your hosts, Jennifer Hadfield of tatertotsandjello.com, Beckie Farrant of infarrantlycreative.net and Heather Mann of dollarstorecrafts.com will spotlight their favorite projects by talented creative bloggers, as well as simple but high-impact tutorials designed to add some creativity to your life, from home to food to holidays and beyond.
In this episode below, the girls interview Shelley Smith from House of Smiths as they discuss her fun blog and the upcoming new DIY show with her husband. Their motto: “Taking it One Space at a Time” ring true to their style and projects. Shelley shares her beautiful take on Gallery Walls and offers tips on how to create your own. You’ll notice her gallery wall features a lot of great vinyl pieces.
Shelley has a great vinyl store and offers pre-cut vinyl designs that are amazing. Check them out here.