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I was so happy to see you all like my new pink floral laundry room as much as I do! Today I’m showing you how I made the funny laundry room sign. I’m possibly more proud of myself than I should be that I came up with the quote all on my own. It says “LAUNDRY It’s all fun and games until you have to put it away.” You know what I’m talking about, right?
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Open the Laundry Sign Design Space project
Cut each part in the matching vinyl color. With the Cricut Permanent Vinyl I have the best luck cutting with the Metallic Vinyl setting.Weed away all the extra vinyl using a weeding hook. Don’t forget the insides of the letters!
Use transfer tape to apply the vinyl cuts to the white sign. Press with a scraper to remove any bubbles and make sure the vinyl sticks well to the sign.
READ THIS POST ON tips for using adhesive vinyl to get some good application advice.
I also spray painted a Command hook with copper spray paint to change it up from the white color it was before.
For the clothespin holder, I used this fabric basket Simplicity pattern found in Design Space. I have made it once before and it’s a great pattern.
READ THIS POST ON how to make the Cricut small fabric basket
I used the rotary blade in the Cricut Maker to cut out all my fabric pieces and the interfacing pieces too.
Instead of fabric straps, I used leather and cut that with the rotary cutter. (2 inches by 8 inches.)
I used a brush on super glue to glue the strip in half. Then I sewed the straps to the basket.
Now it can hang or sit in my laundry room to keep clothespins close at hand.
So now that you’ve seen all the additions to my laundry room, what was your favorite Cricut organization project?
Want to learn more about how I got the spacing right for this sign? Read my series on How to use text in Design Space