Ceramic Tile + Vinyl = Easy Decor Items (free cut files included!)

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I recently helped a friend with some decorations for her son’s rehearsal dinner. The event was held outdoors and she made simple centerpieces to go along with the rustic theme. To complete the décor, we added monograms and favorite quotes to 6” square ceramic tiles using permanent adhesive vinyl (Oracal 651).

The tiles were then displayed on inexpensive plate holders. They turned out very well, if I do say so myself!

I’m sharing these three Silhouette cut files with you today. Click on the individual image and you’ll be taken to a link to download the Studio file. The designs can be used in a variety of ways but are for PERSONAL USE only. The files are also not to be shared with others (but feel free to link your friends back to this post!)

[NOTE: These files were designed in version 4 of Silhouette Studio. If you are using Version 3, the cut lines may not appear correctly. In order to work around this issue, simply copy and paste the design onto a new blank page and the cut lines should then be visible. If you have ANY problems whatsoever – with these files or anything else you find on my site – please do not hesitate to contact me Facebook, email, or by leaving a comment below. Thanks!]

I’d love to see what you do with them! Leave me a comment below or come join the Silhouette Crafters by Design Facebook group and let me know what you think!

Until next time,

(P.S. Please note that there may be a slight font variation between the tiles pictured above and the actual cut files due to licensing considerations.)


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