I’m not really sure if I can still call my baby a baby, after all, he is nearly 14 months old. And it’s killing me. He is growing up way too fast! With my other boys, it didn’t seem to bother me most days that they seemed to be growing up so fast. Maybe it’s because I had so many little boys close together that I knew when they got a little older, they’d be easier to take care of. Now that I have have my baby, and I know he’s the last one for me, it’s a little bit harder to want to let him just grow right up. But it happens, whether I like it or not! I thought that this Peter Pan quote was the perfect Baby Boy Nursery Wall Art to make for my baby’s new nursery. We’ve had him in a little nook in our room since he was born, and just last week, we moved him into his own room. It might have been a little harder on me than I thought it would be, but we’re all adjusting. 😉
I was so excited when Font Bundles reached out to me, wanting to collaborate on a post, because, well I’d call myself a font junkie, and right now, I can’t get enough of the cute script fonts that are so popular. As someone who likes to makes signs, and has considered selling signs or designs at times, I’m always concerned about if the font I’m using give me the commercial license to sell some of my creations. Well, I know when I use these pretty fonts from Font Bundles that I won’t have to worry about that because all of their fonts and bundles come with commercial licenses.
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Right now, one of the bundles that they have available is The Font Collection Volume II. This is just a peek of some of my favorites in the collection, but it is A.MAZ.ING!! If you’ve ever looked at purchasing fonts before, then you know that they can get expensive. From now until April 13, 2017, this font collection is available for only $32.00. It includes 40 amazing fonts that are great for designing signs that are worth $571.00. I’m going to have to make some kind of Easter project with that Pinsetter font! Doesn’t it just scream Easter?!
I had such a hard time deciding which font I wanted to use for this project, but I finally decided on the pretty Gentle Air Font from this collection. I’m going to show you how I used it to make this Baby Boy Nursery Wall Art. I love the way it turned out, and this font is so pretty that it even looks like it was hand-lettered!
Baby Boy Nursery Wall Art Supplies:
I started out by deciding what size of sign I wanted. I used a 1 x 10 board and cut two lengths at 22″. Then I cut a 1 x 2 to the lengths I needed for the frame. I typed out the words that I wanted into PhotoShop Elements. Once I had it designed the way I wanted it, I uploaded it into Cricut Design Space so I could cut it out of vinyl with my Cricut Explore Air 2. I cut it out and applied my transfer tape.
I pulled out my paint and painted the wood white, where I would have my lettering.
Then I painted the frame pieces blue.
Finally, once all the paint was dry, I assembled the framed piece.
I applied my vinyl that I had cut on the Cricut using the Gentle Air Font from The Font Collection Volume II.
I used the same blue paint as the frame edges to paint the letters. Once I was done painting, I pulled the vinyl stencil off.
Didn’t turn out so great?! I’m pretty sure this Gentle Air font is going to be one of my new go to fonts for pretty much everything! I LOVE it!
I didn’t even had the sign hung up in his bedroom yet, but he was already loving it!
If you’re like me, and think that not only this font is the best for sign making, but others in the bundle are as well, then head on over and grab yourself The Font Collection Volume II Bundle. I promise you won’t be disappointed!
What kind of sign will you make with your new fonts?
My head is spinning with more ideas of how I can use these cute fonts to create more home decor and craft projects! I can’t wait to share more with you!Linking up to some of these parties.