I was asked to review a few products from Arteza so I thought I would make some welcome signs and use the products when I make the signs! One of the products is self adhesive vinyl. I have a Cricut vinyl cutter machine and I have been wanting to make some signs using vinyl lettering. I have boring black vinyl in a roll, so this was awesome to get 42 12×12 sheets of all different colors from Arteza! So I used the vinyl from Arteza and cut the letters myself so that all the signs would be the same font. I also make a 4th sign using the Cricut just to see how it would look! The other signs were made from routering and scrolling. I used the paint brushes from Arteza to touch up areas where the black paint got sanded off, and I also used the brushes to clean off the overflow of glue. The brushes worked great for the touch up painting but were a bit too small to clean the glue up quickly. I finished everything off with walnut danish oil and I like them!
Here is a link for Arteza.
Here are links for the vinyl and brushes I used:
Arteza Self Adhesive Vinyl 12X12″ – Assorted Colors (42 Sheets)
Arteza-Detail Paint Brush (Set of 15)
Here are the verses, one on the back of each sign 🙂 :
Hebrews 13:2 NCV Remember to welcome strangers, because some who have done this have welcomed angels without knowing it.
Rom 12:3 NCV Share with God’s people who need help. Bring strangers in need into your homes.
1 Peter 4:9 ESV Show hospitality to one another without grumbling.
Romans 15:7 ESV Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.