This holiday season, I found a Circuit machine under my Christmas Tree. I will say it took a good amount of Youtube video tutorials before I felt I could really use it with ease. With all the knowledge I still made mistakes on my first few projects. I hope this easy to create Beginner Circuit Plant Hanger Project will build you confidence if you are still learning. I created two different types of designs using Vinyl.
What you will need to create this Beginner Circuit Plant Hanger Project:
Vinyl for the Circuit, I used the Dollar tree kind since it’s relatively easy to use and cheap to replace if you mess up.
Weed and scrap tool
Transfer paper ( I do not recommend the one at Dollar tree)
Paint ( I used chalk paint)
Pack of Planters ( I found these at the Dollar tree as well)- You could easily make these as well.
I searched Plants in the Circuit Create space. The examples shown are free and you can easily customize them to your design preference.
The first hanger, I panted the entire bottom and then peeler the vinyl off. I set mine with some Clear spray wood poly.
For the second one (pictured above) I simply weeded out the inside and use it as a stencil. Again I also spray poly to set the design. This was my favorite our of all the one’s I crested that day! I love the clean lines and you could easily create kitchen towels using this stencil method.
I did have one mistake when creating these in the Circuit space. I forgot on the first round to “weld” the flowers. Because I had them next to each other on my vinyl sheet I thought it would recognize them as one group. Because I forget to hit the “weld” button I ended up with two flowers on top of one another. Save yourself the weeding time and learn from my mistake!!