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October 8, 2012

Trick or Treat Vinyl Project

I love Halloween Month (aka October) and I am super excited to be here on The Bug Bytes today!!  This is Lori from Scrappin' My Stress Away with a fun little Halloween vinyl project!

I started with a 4x12 piece of staple back canvas from Michaels.  I painted it with orange acrylic paint.

Next, I got out my gypsy to find my Halloween phrase.
I used this phrase from Happy Hauntings and sized it to 11.39 width x 3.59 height.

I wanted a purple spider, so I copied and pasted the phrase and used Hide Contour to hide the "Trick" and "Treat" and moved the "or" to the bottom left quarter of my mat.

When cutting vinyl, I set my Expression to 3-3-3 (speed, pressure and needle depth) for a nice kiss cut.

If you want a more detailed Vinyl tutorial, please go HERE.

I carefully trimmed the spider off the "r" after I weeded the extra vinyl away.

I used my transfer tape to put the purple spider on top of the black spider.

Now my layered vinyl is ready to transfer to my canvas.

I used my black and white Smash Tape to edge the canvas.

This was a fun little project that I will add to my decorations on my entryway table!!

Thanks Pam for having me over today and Happy Halloween Month!!!


Karons Krafty Korner said...

Lori - this is fabulous - Love it:-)

Unknown said...

Thanks!! I just realized that I did vinyl last month too....I must be in a vinyl state of mind :)

papillon digital design said...

Love your vinyl wall art. The edges of the canvas are cool too. Looks Like stitching. Will make a fine Halloween decor. TFS

Michelle said...

Cute project - I love vinyl :)

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