It’s a new year and it’s time to refresh your space! I am setting up a new my entry way in my home and wanted a cute greeting for my guests when you walk in the door. I have searched everywhere for just the right saying or sign and came across the words “Hello Darling” which is something I say with a strong British accent of course, all the time to my family. So I knew this was perfect for my entryway.
I found a geometric tray at Hobby Lobby that was quirky and perfect for the sign I wanted to create. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the letters and my favorite adhesive backed Gold Foil for the lettering.
I am providing a Silhouette SVG file of these letters to make your own sign if you have a Silhouette Machine. Yay!
TIP: If you do not own a die cutting machine, you can skip the cutting part and purchase adhesive letters and place them on a tray. Super easy way to make wall art.
Hello Darling Sign FREE Printable
- Silhouette Cameo or other machine
- Silhouette Gold Adhesive Foil
- 2 inch piece of Jute twine
- Hot glue & gun
Silhouette Cameo Directions:
Add the SVG file to your Dashboard in Silhouette. Size the words to the dimensions you need for your project. Right click and “Ungroup” the letters, then right click “Release the Compound Paths”. Separate the letters so they do not overlap each other and send to Silhouette to cut.
TIP: A trick I use to get letter sizing right is to cut out the letters on scrapbook paper and lay them out on your project. Once you get the correct size, then cut it out on foil.
Place the letters on the tray and arrange them in the way they are meant to look. Press down tightly to adhere the letters. To hang the tray, I hot glued a small piece of twine string to the back so I could use it as a tray if I chose to in the future. And that’s it! Super easy and unique wall art!
See my full entryway redo coming up soon for the full vignette. I know your going to love it! It came out amazing!
Now for the Freebie!
Right click, save to your computer and print out. Or download the PDF below and print.
Frame and display.
Did you like this post? I’d love it if you would PIN it!
Check out more of my projects~