Country Life SVG Cut File Design
I had so much fun yesterday creating stencils for signs with the Amastery Font Duo that I couldn’t help but create one more SVG design with this font duo combo. The alternate letters are so much fun to play around with. There are hundreds to choose from so I’m like a kid in a candy shop trying to decide which ones I want to use. I can already tell this is going to be one of my favorite “go to” fonts for creating new designs.
Free Download – Personal Use – If you would like the version that is available for commercial use please visit my Etsy Shop
Since I live out in the country and have for most of my life I wanted a new sign to put up on my walls this summer. I prefer the off white painted signs with black lettering but I created this design in a layered SVG so you can change the colors to suit your very own color theme.
I recently hit the jackpot at a garage sale where I found a huge stash of fabric, and among my newfound treasures was a stack of linen weave burlap. I love this design so much that I created a pillow for my bedroom and used the color scheme of my room to create the colored version of this SVG. I found my Siser EasyWeed HTV here.
Do you ever get bored with your plain kitchen wastebaskets? I know I do! I enjoy putting designs on mine with vinyl and then rotate them throughout the year when I feel like a new design. You can find these wastebaskets at the dollar stores fairly cheap and they make great gifts too. I’m always looking for new “blanks” to put my vinyl designs on. I only have so much wall space so I have to expand my vinyl horizons.
Preview mockup images are by Brintus on Etsy at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Brintus
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Tips For Hand Cutting Stencils From Vinyl:
Download and print out the PDF. Hand cut with sharp crafting scissors or use a craft knife or utility knife.