September 2019 VIP Crafters Club

Hey VIPs!! Happy September! I’m so glad you’re here! You know what that means… the unofficial start of holiday crafting (who do I need to talk to in order to make this official?!).

I have put together some beautiful cut files for you this month that I know you will all love! Included in the files are some stained glass designs for our September project (yay!!), some  autumn designs, a few 80’s inspired designs, some baby milestone onesie designs (this makes an amazing gift for a new baby – or if you sell handmade items, you can sell these as a set and make a nice profit!), and I also included a hand drawn, layered peacock design.

The details for the crafting party and the materials needed are below. Please let me know if you have any questions at all. I will also be updating this page throughout the month, as well as the Facebook page – and important updates will also be emailed to you.

Thank you so much for being here! I’m so excited for this month!

YOU'RE INVITED...

When: Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 4:30pm PST
(Note: a replay will be made available for those who cannot attend live)

Where: https://zoom.us/j/820164029

Project: Faux Stained Glass

Please bring your favorite drink, a snack or appetizer and be ready to
participate on video (not required, but encouraged)!

STEP-BY-STEP VIDEO TUTORIAL

Materials List

If you’re like me, there’s a good chance you have a lot of these materials already lying around! I’ve outlined below what you’ll need to create this project with me. Not all of it is required, and I’ve listed which ones are optional below. Feel free to customize your project as you like – remember, this is your project! This list shows what I’ve used (or very similar items, since not everything can be found online). Looking forward to our Crafting Party!! (Note: this list contains affiliate links)

  1. Floating frame or frame with removable backing (some frames have a cardboard backing that can be cut off)

  2. Gallery Glass paint set (If you can’t find any Gallery Glass, you can use clear Elmer’s glue with a touch of acrylic paint. I preferred the Gallery Glass BY FAR if you can get your hands on some, but as you can see in the photos I used the Elmer’s glue technique on the hot air balloon)

  3. Black adhesive vinyl (Oracal 651) – you will cut the design on vinyl

  4. Paint brushes

  5. Glass Cleaner or Rubbing Alcohol to clean the glass
  6. Ruler (to help with placement of the vinyl on the glass)
  7. Chalk marker or dry erase marker (to help with placement of the vinyl on the glass)
  8. Transfer Tape
  9. Assorted brushes

  10. Glass/cup of water to clean your brushes

  11. Staple Gun and Twine and suction cup with hook if you would like to hang this from a window (please be careful that the suction cup is strong enough to hold the frame with the glass)

  • Transfer Tape with Gridlines

    Supplies $29.99
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