Way back before Thanksgiving, DecoArt was nice enough to contact me and ask me to make some Valentine’s Day pieces for them. Of course I said yes, and they sent me a big box of goodies and I went to work.
One of the pieces I made is this fun Rustic Kissing Booth Sign. It’s so cute for Valentine’s Day decor, but I think it would be a perfect prop for wedding or engagement pictures too.
Just like the Rudolph Silhouette Sign I made for Christmas, it is surprising simple and quick to make, and the results are so professional.
Wood slice or plaque – I find mine at Michael’s
Vinyl Stencil – I created mine on my Silhouette Machine and used elements from Silhouette’s online store and Eccentric STD for my font
DecoArt Matte Finish Decoupage
Americana Acrylic Craft Paints
Step One: Place stencil on wood slice.
Step Two: Paint stencil with decoupage. This seals the edges and gives a crisp edge.
Step Three: Paint lettering and design with acrylic craft paints. Make sure you use the matte (standard) finish paints.
Step Four: Paint the arrow with another coat of decoupage and sprinkled with glitter. Shake off excess glitter.
Step Five: Remove stencil while paint is still drying.
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