This adorable reindeer Merry Christmas sign was made simply with my Silhouette Cameo and old scrap wood!
This post was updated Dec/2020
This Silhouette Merry Christmas Sign. It was pretty simple to make and I’m going to show you how, step by step.
I’m loving it! So bright and festive.
I found the design over on Silhouette’s design studio. You can also search Google or create your own.
And obviously, I used my Silhouette Cameo to create this project.
Merry Christmas Sign Tutorial
First I picked out my designs…
..and then used their a red adhesive vinyl to cut out the design with.
Want to know how to import your own designs into your Silhouette Cameo? I wrote a post and made a video to show you how.
You can see it right, here.
After my design was done cutting, I set it to the side while I prepared the base.
For the base, I started out with four boards all cut to the same length and glued them together.
Once the boards were dry I painted them with a base coat of red paint.
Followed by white…
I lightly sanded to reveal the red underneath before I attracted the vinyl design. (see further below)
I removed the excess vinyl from the design I cut earlier, as shown below.
After that, I applied the transfer paper over the top of the entire design and pulled away the backing.
(the design is now stuck to the transfer paper)
Next, I laid the design down onto my prepared board to transfer it.
Simply peel away the transfer paper and you are done!
I had considered putting this vinyl design onto a mirror at first (which would have been super simple) but decided I wanted the distressed wood look instead.
But that is certainly another option.
To hang, I simply tied knots at the end of the red rope and stapled them to the back.
All finished and on the wall in my Family Room…
And greeting visitors outside, on the hall tree, on my front porch.
I hope this helped you with learning a bit more about the Silhouette Cameo!
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Have a holly jolly holiday!