June 18, 2011

Dandelion Wall Art


I love how these turned out. I cut the dandelions on my Cricut.
The files are from myvinyldesigner.com

The frames are approximately 12"x30" from JoAnns. They're not floating frames, just regular frames.

I had to paint the insides and trim off the little metal clips that hold the glass in so you couldn't see the inside of the frames or the clips from the front.

16 comments:

  1. How does myvinyldesigner.com work? You purchase the file... and how do you use it with your cricut?

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  2. What size did you use for the dandelions?

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  3. I don't recall the actual size. I measured the frame and went from there. I can cut up to 24" in length.

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  4. How you do keep the glass from falling out when you take the metal clips out?

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  5. No. You can buy the svg file from myvinyldesigner.com to cut on a machine of your own.
    The frames were purchased at JoAnns. Thanks.

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  6. The frame have the little metal pieces on the back side that hold it in.

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  7. What do you stick the vinyl to? The front or back of the glass?

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  8. What did you stick the vinyl to? Did you stick it to the front or the back of the glass?

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  9. how did you use the image file with your cricut?

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  10. I have an older Cricut and the 3rd party software that was usable with it. This was before ProvoCraft sued them.

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  11. Dandelion Wall Art. I love how these turned out. I cut the dandelions on my Cricut. The files are from myvinyldesigner.com. The frames are ... framedwallart.blogspot.com

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