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Making sappy wall art is one of my favorite things to do with my Silhouette and this “Hello Love” Vinyl Wall Art is no exception! I saw this simple but sweet saying at a big box home store and knew I wanted to make a T&T version with this gorgeous Transparent Glittered Vinyl from Expressions Vinyl. I went with a floating frame from Target so that you could see light coming in from the back of the frame. It adds a really nice dimension to this art piece!
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“Hello Love” Vinyl Wall Art
- 6″x8″ Floating Frame (I found mine at Target)
- Transparent Glitter Vinyl
- Black Outdoor Vinyl
- Transfer Paper
- Silhouette Cutting Machine
- “Hello Love” Free Cutting File
Step One. Use “Hello Love” Free Cutting File to cut out the hearts and words. I went with 18 hearts of three different colors but you’re more than welcome to make a whole rainbow out of hearts or stick with just one color to match your decor. Tons of options!
Step Two. Place one of the floating frame glass panels on a flat surface and begin the somewhat tedious process of sticking the hearts in place. If you’re just doing one color, you can kinda bypass this step by having your machine cut them out in place and then use transfer paper to apply all at one. Since I wanted multiple colors, I had to do it by hand (I’ve always made things harder than they have to be!) I highly suggest using a paper or cutting mat with grid marks so that you can keep your hearts nice and level.
Step Three. Once all the hearts are in place, carefully lift the glass panel and cut the excess vinyl from around the edges.
Step Four. For this project, I wanted all the vinyl stickers to be sandwiched between the glass panels so I reversed the words when cutting. That way, when I stick it to the inside of the glass and place in frame, it’ll be right side out on the final piece. You can just skip reversing the word if you don’t mind having the vinyl on the outside!
Once all the vinyl is in place, all you have to do is reassemble the frame with the glass panels and hang to enjoy! I think being able to customize the color scheme makes this a super cute addition to any nursery or bedroom. You could even make one of these as a baby shower gift! Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and free cutting file. Don’t forget to enter the Expressions Vinyl giveaway below!