Vintage Inspired DIY Vinyl Office Sign #12MonthsOfDIY
It’s been a full year now working in my home office slash DIY den and I am so in love with the space. It functions brilliantly for both. The light bright space makes is very conducive for my work and for my play, helps with better quality photos and gives me some room to make a mess if the project requires it:)
And when it came to my very first project for #12MonthsOfDIY I instantly knew what I wanted to do – vinyl office letters, reminiscent of a 1950s era newsroom for the transom above my office door.
Our project partner for this month was Expressions Vinyl, who were kind enough to send the vinyl required for fun I got up to:) I used a black indoor removable adhesive vinyl for this project and it was super simple to do.
First I measured the actual window size so I knew what I was working with. (And while I was up there, I cleaned it for good measure.)
Next, I used the handy grid on the back of the vinyl to mark the window size and allocate space for each letter.
Then I mapped out each of the letters – making sure they were reversed so letter would go on the correct way. The F, F, I, and E were obviously super easy since they are straight lines. For the O and the C I used a jar lid to help ensure the curves were consistent.
Each of the letters then got cut out and it was time to ‘stick ’em up!”
And boy does it look fun!
It was simple to do and has a great impact. Plus, I love that I can just peel it off if I ever get sick of it or want to change it up. (Can you spy Barbie on my desk?)
Plus, when I walk up the stairs I get to see it’s cuteness above the doggie cuteness which is just delightful:)
And check out all the amazing projects the other ladies got up to!
From the top left, they are: