Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Whale Board

Happy Monday y’all! Who’s ready to have a successful week? I think I’m confident enough to say I at the least I am ready to conquer almost anything. Anyways, today I’ve got my second “Sea Creature Boards.” So, let’s get started with my “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Whale Board…”

Things Used:

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If you have been following all my posts, you might remember my “Whale Bag” I made for my mom. This project is similar only it’s on a piece of board I can hang on a wall, and I have a few more to go with this project. –So stay tuned–

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Step #1:

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

Step #2:

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While my Cricut Explore was cutting my whale 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 Dark Lapis” color paint.

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Step #3:

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Once my whale was finish getting cut out, I carefully removed the middle pieces front the bottom layer stencil, but it wasn’t until later that I did the same for the top layer stencil.

Step #4:

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After a couple more coats of paint letting each coat dry for at least an hour as instructed, I was ready to carefully place the bottom layer of my whale stencil in the spot I wanted it to go.

Step #5:

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With my whale stencil in place, I carefully started painting the middle of the stencil using the “satin Coal” paint. Again, I added three coats allowing each coat to dry at least an hour each time.

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Step #6:

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Once the bottom layer of my whale was finished drying thoroughly, I carefully placed my top layer stencil to matchup with the bottom layer as well as possible. Then using the “satin White” color paint, I carefully painted the inside of the stencil. Again, for this layer, I used three coats, letting each dry accordingly.

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There you go! A cute and easy “Hand-Drawn Cricut-Made Stencil Whale 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 Whale Board” post? Please feel free to comment below. Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!

JBird

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