Custom Artwork using Vinyl

Custom Artwork using Vinyl

I’m continuing my week of custom artwork, by sharing another quick DIY piece I put together for my daughter’s Big Girl Bedroom! Yesterday, I shared by Diamond String Art, and today, I’m showing you how to make some quick custom artwork using vinyl!


All you need for this project is cardstock, vinyl (in two colours), and a Cricut Explore Air 2!


What I did was SO easy! I typed text I wanted to use into my Cricut Design Space. I used the font “Cricut Stretch” for “HAPPY” and “ARE THE”, and I used the font “Quarter Note” for “girls” and “prettiest”. Then I synced the colours, so that they would print one one piece of vinyl, and I set-up the layout [above] so that I would know exactly what it looked like in my frame. I set the dial on my Cricut Explore Air 2 and I cut it out on white and pink vinyl.

That’s really all there is to it! Vinyl is SO easy to use, you just cut it, and then stick it to the cardstock. The whole project takes no time at all! I used a ruler to line-up the text when I stuck it down so that it would match my design.


If you are curious about other pieces in my daughter’s gallery wall, take a look at this beautiful Gold Heart Art!


Make sure to also check out her entire, completed Big Girl Bedroom.


Signature 2 200x100

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