How to Make a 3D Paper Flower and Vinyl Chalkboard Sign
What you'll learn
Learn how to turn a chalkboard sign into a 3-dimensional wall art piece with Alex Vanover! She will walk you step-by-step through cutting and rolling paper flowers using a Cricut machine, as well as how to cut a permanent vinyl decal. You will create the chalkboard sign by applying the permanent vinyl using the hinge method to ensure it is applied perfectly in place. Next, you will add the 3D rolled paper flowers to the top of the sign to create a floral arrangement. Once the flowers are secured with hot glue, you will have a finished 3D wall art piece. 3D chalkboard signs make a beautiful piece to display in your home or a wonderful DIY gift idea. This class includes two graphics for you to download.
Materials and tools used in this class
Cricut machineView on Amazon
Chalkboard signView on Amazon
White permanent vinyl - 12" x 12" sheetView on Amazon
Transfer tapeView on Amazon
Weeding toolsView on Amazon
Acrylic or chalk paintView on Amazon
Paint brushView on Amazon
3 colors, 4 sheets each of medium weight cardstockView on Amazon
Quiling toolView on Amazon
ScissorsView on Amazon
Hot glue gunView on Amazon
Hot glue sticksView on Amazon
Optional: tile for setting hot glueView on Amazon
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This class has 7 sessions (51m)
In this class preview, you will meet Alex Vanover, and she will showcase the final project that she will be teaching you.
Discover what materials and tools are needed to complete this class.Included
Learn how to size vinyl decals for signs and how to prepare rolled paper flowers for cutting in Cricut Design Space.
In this part, Alex will show you how to cut vinyl and cardstock on a Cricut machine using a cutting mat.
Discover how to roll and glue rolled paper flowers of any shape or size.
To finish the project, learn how to apply vinyl to a chalkboard and how to assemble and secure rolled paper flowers onto a chalkboard sign.
Lastly, Alex will have some final words to add about this class.
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I began using a Cricut to DIY my wedding in 2017, and I fell in love with the crafting possibilities I can create using die-cutting machines. Now I love helping others DIY their dreams to life!