I briefly mentioned my Otomi TV stand during my home tour (click HERE if you missed it). And I’m sorry if you expected a full blown tutorial with this post but I can only kind of explain what I did.
I used a program called Illustrator which is a vector based program if you aren’t familiar with it. You can make vector based shapes and the file can be saved as a dxf file that can then be imported into the silhouette cameo application and I can cut a vinyl decal from it. Which is what I do with all my decals.
The design for the Otomi decal was inspired by several different designs I found and I pieced it together to fit my Ikea Avesta doors.
It was time consuming getting it all puzzled together to fit. Cutting and applying the vinyl decal was the easy part.
I’m now selling them in my Etsy shop (click HERE) but you could totally DIY it if you have the resources.
And you can use it on all kinds of other things too. I’d personally would love it on a window valance, I can picture it, can’t you? A kids room? A kitchen? Or even on a different vintage dresser?
And another scenario for me was when my parents rug just arrived and I placed it in the hallway because it fits perfectly but it’s a little much. I’m currently playing musical rugs. Let’s see where it will end up. Here are some pictures of it which you might have seen on Instagram already.
I have another place to put it.