Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board

Happy Monday y’all! Who’s ready for the last full week of April?! Can y’all believe it’s almost May already?! Anyways, today I’ve got my third “Sea Creature Boards.” So, let’s get started with my “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board…”

Things Used:

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Step #1:

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First thing I did to start my “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board” project, was open a new project in Cricut Design Space and cut my hand-drawn starfish out on Cricut’s Stencil Vinyl.

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Step #2:

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While my Cricut Explore was cutting my starfish out, I went ahead and started on my board and painted my first coat of paint on the front and sides. Here I used the “satin Driftwood” color paint.

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Step #3:

Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...

Once my starfish was finish getting cut out, I carefully removed all the pieces that needed to be removed.

Step #4:

Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...

Here, I carefully placed the outside piece of my starfish stencil on my board to where I wanted it to go. Then, I put the inside circles to their places within my starfish stencil on my board.

Step #5:

Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info... Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...

With my starfish stencil in place, I carefully painted the middle of the stencil using the “satin Goldenrod” paint. Again, I added two coats allowing each coat to dry at least an hour each time. Once everything was nice and dry, I carefull removed the circles and the large stencils.

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Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board -- Visit CraftyJBird.com for more info...

There you go! A cute and easy “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board” painted on a board I can use to decorate my apartment. Hope you enjoyed! Be sure to check back for the rest of my “Sea Creature Boards.”

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Have any questions about today’s “Make It Monday” “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Starfish Board” post? Please feel free to comment below. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

JBird

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