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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Monogram Plate


Welcome to March everyone – I don’t know about you but I am ready for spring. I just finished planning a surprise birthday bash for my sister I will share with you a little later but I promised in my post for my decorative plate that I had another plate design I wanted to share with you so here we go.

Like the other plate you will first start by cleaning the plate and ensuring it is completely dry.

Second is selecting the design for your plate. With the first plate having our last name I decided to do a monogram and used Silhouette design #26969 Wrought Iron Frame by Jennifer Wambach. I measured the inside of the plate to determine the size of the design which is 7.5” by 7.5”. Once I had the size of my design I selected the font for my monogram which is DaunPenh. I used brown vinyl for this plate as well.

Once all the designs were cut I used the transfer tape to position the designs and my scrapper to ensure all of the bubbles were removed. Remove the transfer tape and voila!

But wait my plate seems to be missing something. There was still too much white showing on the plate so I created a slim rectangle that was the length of my plate to go around each edge. I think it looks better with this little extra detail. Here is a picture of one of the edges and you can see the difference between the two above pictures (sorry the pictures are a little dark but I kept getting a bad glare off the white plate).
 
 

Tracey

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