At Wall Art Company we love using vinyl stickers with its many uses, from industrial signs to little craft and hobby projects. Today we explore handmade wooden signs using vinyl letters.
Freehand vs Computer Cut Vinyl
Using vinyl letters in your handmade projects will add a finished professional touch that is easy to create.
Applying vinyl letters to your projects is not only easier than drawing each letter by hand but it is also a lot faster.
The hand painted birthdays sign isn't as smooth as vinyl letters. With each letter, you can see brush marks with bumps and waves in the straight lines.
Vinyl letter stickers stuck directly onto the painted wood will take less time to apply than painting each letter. The end result will have a professional finish.
Alternatively, a paint mask applied to the wood and painting the letters will give a hand painted finish but with neater results.
If you contact us, we can cut a digital file you already have or help you come up with a design. We can send you vinyl or paint mask letters that will let you have wonderful results!
Applying vinyl to these wooden boxes transforms them into a memory box and a gift box with a coffee theme.
DIY Tutorials We Love
Handmade Tissue Box
This wonderful tutorial at Vintage News Junkie shows you how to make an MDF box and paint it using vinyl letters as a paint mask to create the 'Bless You' and swirl.
Wooden Pallet Sign
This rustic style woodwork pallet and vinyl lettering work so well together from The Thinking Closet. The tutorial shows you how to put the board together and how to apply vinyl letters.
Hand Print Sign
The fantastic wooden sign by The Idea Room has hand prints with their names in vinyl letters underneath.