Friday, June 23, 2017
SpongeBob Sign for a Graduation
Happy Friday Crafters,
Today starts the new PDE Linky Party #178 Anything but a Card Challenge (Optional Planner Pages)
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For this challenge I made a SpongeBob sign for my friend who's daughter was graduating from college. Unfortunately they don't allow signs at the graduation so they used it for a party decoration instead. I got the SpongeBob file for free from a Facebook group. I didn't write down which one and I downloaded it over 3 years ago so please accept my apology for not remembering which one or the crafty person who created the cut file. Especially since I would love to give credit to the person who created it but can't.
I made SpongeBob as large as I could to get it to cut on a 12"x12" paper, then cut out all the pieces and put him together.
Here is a picture of how I laid it out on my Silhouette Design Studio software screen to make sure SpongeBob and the saying my friend wanted on the sign would fit on the poster board before I cut the words out.
Here is a picture of the completed SpongeBob by himself.
I love the way he turned out.
Here is a picture of it all cut out and put together. The only thing I didn't do was glue down SpongeBob and the letters because they were flying to their daughter's graduation but I laid it all out and took a picture so she would know how to put it tougher when they got to their destination.
I was happy that I was able to make this sign to make her graduation a little extra special and thrilled when her mom let me know that she loved it.
Well that's my project for the PDE Linky Party #178 Anything but a Card Challenge (Optional Planner Pages). Hope you join us for this challenge by linking your project over on the PDE Linky Party blog by clicking HERE.
Thanks for stopping by.