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Wood Look Tile Signs with Vinyl Tutorial (Silhouette Tutorial)

Hey Guys! We're doing things a little differently around here today! I'm remote teaching over on Simply Kelly Designs!

Silhouette tutorial, wood look, tile sign, vinyl

I'm sharing a really fun tutorial on how to make faux wood or wood-look tile signs with vinyl for just a few dollars each.  Talk about a quick alternative on the authentic wood signs.  These make awesome gifts, housewarming gifts and decor - and I love that there are SO many options!

So head on over to Kelly's blog today to see my shortcuts and tips on making one for yourself!  Believe me, you'll thank me! 

If you like what you see, I'd love for you to pin it!
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