Monday, June 9, 2014

Wooden Fire Crackers; July Silhouette Challenge




Now that I am feeling a bit more like myself, I decided it was time for me to join this month's Silhouette Challenge.  This month's theme is Patriotic, and when I saw the Silhouette cut file in the store the other day, I knew it needed to be in my life.  So I tossed around a few ideas and decided to do a small (or large) redo of an older project. 

Remember last year when I made the little wooden fire crackers for Fourth of July decor?  They are super cute right?  Well this year, I decided it was time to go big or go home. I took the idea of the little wooden firecrackers and went BIG!


Supplies

  • 4x4 wood posts, I cut mine into three random sizes
  • Spray paint
  • Vinyl 
  • Silhouette
  • Thin floral wire
  • Hot glue 


After cutting my wood, I spray painted them.  When the paint was dry, I cut out the image on my Silhouette and then strategically placed them on the wood.

I took the floral wire and wrapped it around a pen so that I could curl it.  I hot glued the wire to the tops and TADA! they were done.  I tossed them on my door step with a fun USA wooden sign and fell in crafty love!

How are you decorating for the Fourth?

Want to Check Out More Silhouette Projects?

My Silhouette Challenge buddies and I are all sharing projects on our blogs today, so peruse the projects below for a wealth of Silhouette inspiration!

  Monogrammed Patriotic Serving Tray Captain American Romper Patriotic Burlap Stars (Pottery Barn Knockoff) Patriotic Onesie {Plus Free Cut File} Patriotic Shirts with Layered Heat Transfer Vinyl DIY Patriotic Tote Bag Red, White & Blue - Patriotic Decorations How To Create DIY Temporary Tattoos Made in America Freezer Paper July 4th Shirts Red, White, and Blue Paper Star Lanterns Fourth of July Rustic Flag Paper Sparklers Pretty Patriotic Pillow Nautical Star Burlap Banner: Stencil Material Tutorial Patriotic Map Art Wooden Fire Crackers; July Silhouette Challenge DIY Chalkboard and Vinyl World Map Let's Talk about Red White and Blue! DIY 4th of July Baby Outfit How To Make A Pinwheel {+ Free Template} Patriotic Nail Art Star Jewelry Vinyl on Wood Blocks Land That I Love Red, White, and Blue Patriotic Placemats DIY Paint Splattered Patriotic Tote Bag Patriotic Mason Jar Candle Holders
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12 comments:

  1. super cute! love the sayings on the firecrackers!

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  2. These are awesome Randi! I love that they remind me of comic book phrases, and the rectangular aspect really adds a bit of a different touch to them.

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  3. Randi,
    Great project it is darling.
    SC Love,
    Karen Marie
    Dragonfly & Lily Pads

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  4. Your firecrackers are so festive and perfect for July 4th celebrations! I can totally see these as part of the July 4th picnic table decor.

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  5. What a fun holiday display! I know a little superhero in my house who would love to play with those!

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  6. These are super cute! I need a cutter like mad!

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  7. These are the cutest-perfect decorations!

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  8. These are such a perfect and fun decoration!

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  9. Fun project Randi! A great little outdoor display too! :)

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