No Soliciting Sign…Unless you have chocolate: Free Printable

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Happy Monday!  We are warming up here in Denver this week!  I am late getting my Easter décor out this year, but I did create this cute {free}  no soliciting sign to download or print!  It has a Spring theme!  Scroll down below  to print image.

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Here’s mine.  I would like to call it the ombre look, but my ink is running low in my printer.  .

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I used a 5×7 frame with a green sheet of paper as the background.

Click this link to take you to new window to print: easter no soliciting sign 2

LINKING TO: GLITTER GLUE PAINT

 


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Expressions Vinyl Project

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*Expressions Vinyl contributed the neon vinyl used for this project.

Last summer I posted on my blog, I’m Not a Trophy Wife, how I turned foam mat squares, often used beneath exercise equipment, into a wall display for my son’s room.

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My goal was to add stickers and vinyl   incorporating my son’s interests.  So when Megan at Expression’s Vinyl  asked if I would create a vinyl project for their blog, I jumped at the chance!  It also was a great motivation because I had a deadline to get his board finished!  As soon asI saw the neon vinyl online at Expressions Vinyl  I was ready to create some great vinyl for his board!

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My son is a competitive tennis player so I focused on words related to tennis!  I started with a couple of general tennis terms.

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On my Silhouette Studio,   I used several fonts, but my 2 new favorites  are Bodoni and Bernard Mt. Condensed.   I increased the paper thickness setting to 20 (I usually set the thickness around 15).  I’m not sure if the increase in thickness was because of the vinyl or if it is time for me to get new blades!

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I realized half way into this project I had a lot of space to cover,  so using the  scraps I created some tennis ball shapes and simple geometric lines!

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There is plenty of room to continue to add vinyl!   I love how the neon vinyl pops off the blue mat!  My son actually loves it too!  How often does that happen?  BOOM!

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LINKING TO: MY 1929 CHARMER  GLITTER GLUE PAINT


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