I loved making this Painted Quilt Square Block. It’s a perfect project for using up the bits and pieces of my woodpile.
At 5 1/4 inches square, it’s a great piece for a tiered tray or shelf sitter sign.
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Where to Find This File
Of course, you could make your sign any size you like. At the end of the post, you will be able to use the button and grab the free SVG file to make your own DIY Painted Quilt Square.
The file may also be found by going to my Free SVG Library.
DIY Painted Quilt Square Sign
For this small sign, I cut and sanded my square wood piece. Then I painted my wood piece with Waverly White chalk paint using a high-density foam roller.
The foam rollers are really great if you like a nice even paint coat.
I’ve been using them ever since I discovered them. It also makes very quick work out of the sign-making process.
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Then I used Oracal 631 vinyl to create my stencil on my Silhouette Cameo. Expressions Vinyl has 5-yard rolls of Oracal 631 and I use it for most of my sign projects.
After my background was completely dry, I painted my quilt block with Waverly Chalk Paint in the Color “Ink” applied with a makeup sponge.
What would you do with your DIY Painted Quilt block?
I plan to frame my painted quilt block and make two more for a trio of quilt blocks. They will be displayed above the desk in a little office nook I’m creating.
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Get Your Free Quilt Block SVG
Would you like to make a quilt block of your own?
Be sure to grab the SVG with the link below. While you’re there, grab the pin image and share it to your Pinterest page so that others can find it too!
Have a great day and we’ll see you next time!