Friday, November 6, 2009

Christmas Tile Video-




I got this file (it's an svg) from Jeannie on the cricut mb.  Her mb name is kidzanangel7.  She does beautiful plaques, and is very generous with her files!  I love everything about this-the saying and the graphics.  I will be making more!  The tile is a smooth ceramic tile from Home Depot, 11 1/2 x 11 1/2.  I still need to cover the edges with narrow ribbon, add a ribbon hanger, and cover the back with paper. 






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18 comments:

Mrs B said...

Denise, I love it! I have tried vinyl yet..you make it look so easy!
CindyB

AndreaA said...

Denise I love it. What a great gift!!
Oh darn you are going to have to keep that one :-)

You always do such a great job explaining things. I am glad that you don't delete you tiny mistake out because we all learn from our mistakes. (or yours)Thanks so much for doing this.

michelled said...

I love how this turned out! The sentiment is really sweet.

Pauline said...

Oh man, that is awesome. I would like to know what carterage you used. I love everything about it and would love to make something like this for some of my friends. Thanks for all your great ideas.

Denise Hill said...

Sorry, I forgot to mention this was an svg file, you need scal.

LisaRN499 said...

Oh this is so cute!!! What a great idea for gifts!!! I haven't tried to do vinyl yet, but I think I have to now, as you make it look so incredibly easy!!!! Thanks so much,


Lisa Sturgill

Anonymous said...

I LOVE this! Thank you for showing how you put vinyl on your tile! It is VERY helpful!
Mary

Digi Free said...

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Lezlye said...

Thanks for sharing, It is beautiful. I need to try that! Noticed we have a lot in common, SAHM three kids 19,16,15, married 23 years.
Love my cricut and gypsy! I want to visit NY someday.

dimahi59 said...

I love your site and your ideas, thank you for sharing with us. I too am a SAHM but my children are now full grown and I babysit others. I have a couple of questions:
Can you email me where you got that tape from? Also where do you purchase your vinyl?
dimahi@hotmail.com
Thank you
Diane

LilGreenBug said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!!! Love the saying, love the color of the vinyl, everything!!!! Thanks SO very much for sharing. I just read a tip on the Cricut mb that when you are working with vinyl, if you spritz the surface you are applying the vinyl to with a solution of Crystal White dish liquid and water, you can move the vinyl around, the squeegee out the water. Haven't tried it yet, but it might work!

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Christmas post on Nov. 08, 2009. Thanks again.

Ruth said...

BEAUTIFUL!! Who can resist? I've gotta try this. Thanks for the video.

Julie said...

I think this tile is beautiful. I have downloaded the file but when I go to open it in SCAL nothing happens. I am very new to this, so I am sure I am doing something wrong. :(

Ladybug Diva said...

Denise! I love your video on how you applied the vinyl! Very informative and enjoyed it alot! Those videos can be tricky but yours was awesome! TFS!

Tammy
Christmas With The Cricut

cal8007 said...

Thanks so much for sharing this video; I do a lot of vinyl too, but my Big Lots did not have the clear contact paper; where did you say you by your transfer paper?

Carmen L
cal8007@aol.com

Jennifer said...

Denise,

thanks so much for sharing Jeannies file. I cant wait to use it.

Jennifer

Anonymous said...

thanks for the lesson. need to buy some of the transfer tape.
what is the name of it and where can i purchase it?
lois
lpaulo704@yahoo.com