Sorry for the crappy picture! This was made on wood with acrylic paint. I first cut the vinyl on my Cricut Explore. Cut each sentence into strips and used a ruler to mark where the words go. Then I painted my spaces red, yellow and white. Put the vinyl words on using transfer paper then painted over all of it with black. Be sure to let the paint dry completely. I tend to be impatient and have ruined several signs. =( On this one, I had some touching up to do where the paint bled under or where my lines weren’t quiet right but I think it turned out okay!
Feel free to use my .cut files I have the one I did with my husbands name and then I did one with Dad. You can always delete it and put in your own. The fonts I used are listed below. Three are downloadable (just click the name of the font below and it will take you directly to it) and two are Cricut fonts that come with the subscription. You may have to play with attaching if you have vinyl big enough but I didn’t so the sentences are but the entire image is not. You can click Select All to size it. Mine is 14w x 19 inches. I resized the links below to 11.5 x 14.5. You can also use the Select All to attach it completely and cut it in one fell swoop! Have fun!
OH! And the flourish between the NO & YES is from the Chalkboard Fonts Cartridge. I think you might need that or delete it and use one that you have available. Happy Crafting!
Scott’s Garage Rules Design Space cut location:
Dad’s Garage Rules Design Space .cut location:
System Fonts downloaded from DaFont.com
Cricut Design Space Fonts