25 Responses to Simple Wood Frame for a Canvas

    • Thanks Angelique! I used the font “Georgia.” There’s a free Silhouette cut file on the other post if you have a Silhouette!

  1. What do I think? I think you are wonderful, marvelous and thank you from the bottom of my heart for this lovely blog!

  2. So Beautiful!! I love the scriptures too and plan to make them for my home. I can’t wait to see them hung up in every room ?. Thank you for sharing it.

  3. OMG…..i literally spent the entire day on your blog. Your posts are so addicting. What a talented talented girl you are. How I wish youd do tutorial videos too for those not so art inclined people like me. That Magnolia sign led me here, and yes I cant spend that much on 1 sign. But girl, you opened my eyes to the Silhouette machine world!!!!!!!!! Now I am considering buying one and I would totally do all your DIYs. I LOVE EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM. I mean I cant be spending so much on 1 shirt. Girl, I am so blessed and lucky to have found your site. OMG. One thing, what if I dont want to do a canvas one. Because I actually want something bigger for my wall, around 4’x2′, but I want it wood. Also, how do you actually do a wood background base instead of canvas, can it be stapled nail too? And how do you do the vinyl on the wood? Do you do a transfer paper too? I am a little bit confused on how to do it. I hope you answer my question. Keep on posting creative stuff. Now Im your biggest fan.

    • Aw, Gwen, your comment totally made my day!!! Thanks so much for the sweet words! Yes, you can definitely stencil on a wood sign (in fact, I think it’s easier to do than canvas) – I did that with our laundry room sign here -http://www.unoriginalmom.com/painted-laundry-room-sign/ You can still do the same kind of frame as I did on the canvas. I love love LOVE my Silhouette and use it ALL the time, so if you are thinking about getting one I’d definitely recommend it! I’d be happy to answer any questions you might have!

  4. I love yours more than the original!! Great job!! I’ve been wondering how to do it, thanks for the tutorial!!

  5. I must say…. I LOVE YOUR BLOG!! I am fairly new to the crafting world; I just got a Cricut about 2 months ago and am slowly figuring out what all I can make with it! I love this sign and I plan to make a couple of my own! Thank you for these tutorials!

    God Bless!!

  6. I love this. My kids are now in school full time, and its time to get creative and do some DIY decorating. Thanks for the inspiration

  7. Love this! I have been wanting to create something very similar for our nursery but didn’t want to pay an arm and a leg for someone else to create it for me… This is wonderful! Hopefully mine turns out as good as yours!

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