I have been doing a lot of Wall Quotes the last few days and a few of them I have done two colors and I had to figure out how to get the colors on one backer sheet, not even sure if that makes sense but hopefully it will in the pictures!
I first cut and weeded my black design. Notice the 4 triangles in the design. I added those for tick marks so I would know where to place my maroon layer.
Here is the maroon layer, the tick marks show up a little better in this picture. I cut the design right above the "enjoying" because my transfer tape isn't wide enough to pick up the whole design. Also because I didn't want to waste black vinyl by having a few extra inches at the top where there wouldn't be any design. Crap...I think I just confused all of us. I gotta stop writing blog posts when I can barely keep my eyes open! Maybe it will all make sense at the end! HA HA
I circled the triangles and put "remove after application" so the receiver would know it's not part of the design.
The transfer tape for the top half of the design was cut wide enough to cover the top maroon design but also be able to unroll over the top part of the black design. I pulled the backing off of the lettering and then taped the backing to the backside of the main design. Once the backing was taped together I lined up the triangles and placed the maroon back in position.
Here is the full design layered and with the transfer tape and hopefully it all made sense. Basically what you need to know is that you need to have some type of registration marks if you want your design to be lined up how you have intended. Of course you can be brave and just wing it!
I think this might be the most idiotic and stupidest sounding tutorial I have ever tried to do...I need a nap!
Thank you, thank you, thank you for this! I have always read and heard about people using registration marks to line up big projects, etc, but have never understood how to create or use them! Now I know! I am a visual learner so your pictures are perfect!! Thank you so much for clearing up this unsolved mystery for me!ReplyDelete
awesome!! Thank you for the project...it's beautiful!ReplyDelete
Say what? lol!ReplyDelete
Love all the vinyl projects, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete