Saturday, June 4, 2011

Split letter monogram frame

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My son and daughter-in-law celebrate their first anniversary tomorrow, so I made this for them. It is actually the first split letter project I have done. The white background is an 11 x 14 canvas.  The monogram is the regal font, 
the other text is notnorvalhmkbold.


14 comments:

Amber said...

Gorgeous as usual! You should sell svg's of each letter split like this, and those of us who have scal could do the name in the middle ourselves.

teachdanz said...

Denise, did you put the vinyl on the frame or on the canvas? I would love it if you would stop by my blog to see the tumblers I put vinyl on as you were my inspiration to give this a try http://teachdanz.blogspot.com/2011/06/two-more-tumblers.html

Sue from Oregon said...

Beautiful!

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

This is Beautiful!!! :-)

Linda Sutherland said...

What a lovely gift! I'm sure they will appreciate it.

Jude said...

What a lovely gift, Denise. This project is definitely on my to-do list. TFS your talent!

Colleen said...

That is a great idea for a 1st anniversary gift. I especially liked the "est 2010". What did you use for the monogram material? Was it vinyl?

Lori (THCEO) said...

I love this! Do you have a tutorial on how you do it???

Lori :)
TheHouseHoldCEO(at)live(dot)com

Denise Hill said...

I do have a video. Its near the bottom of the list in under the "videos" tab at the top of my blog.

The vinyl is on the canvas, then the canvas is inserted in a frame.

I used outdoor vinyl. I really like the look of the vinyl on the canvas. I will be doing more!

Denise Hill said...

teachdanz-I went and looked at your tumblers-they are great!!! Good job. Now you will be hooked :0)

Marsha said...

Love this design. The video makes this such an easy project! Have already made several and friends are asking for them for wedding gifts! Thanks for sharing! I have learned so much from you!

Sherry Thornsberry said...

Wow! That is amazing! Beautiful work :)

Mel said...

I love this and am so glad you posted the link for the instructions. I'm am such a novice at this, but you are obviously a pro! Thanks for sharing.

Julie said...

I wanted to let you know how great this svg file turned out. I have done it on 12 x 12 tile and on a 4 x 4 tile (cut at about 3.25 x 3.25). You can see pictures on my very new blog. Thank you!

www.fourbuckeyesandasouthernbelle.blogspot.com