Chalkboard Paper - 1 Roll Vinyl Blackboard Wall Chalk Bord Sticker, Giveaway of Free: 5 Colored Chalk & 1 Erasable White Chalk Marker - 17.5" x 78.7"

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Chalkboard Paper - 1 Roll Vinyl Blackboard Wall Chalk Bord Sticker, Giveaway of Free: 5 Colored Chalk & 1 Erasable White Chalk Marker - 17.5" x 78.7"

Chalkboard Paper - 1 Roll Vinyl Blackboard Wall Chalk Bord Sticker, Giveaway of Free: 5 Colored Chalk & 1 Erasable White Chalk Marker - 17.5" x 78.7"

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Records the default button state of the corresponding category & the status of CCPA. It works only in coordination with the primary cookie. TIP: If you’re drilling atop a craft table or other surface, be sure to hang the board off the edge so you don’t accidentally drill into your table! Acacia wood is a hard wood, which means it will take some effort and pressure to drill all the way through.

Smooth the transfer tape over the decal from the center outward making sure to press out and remove any bubbles. When the transfer tape is in place, use a scraper tool or other hard and flat-edged item (like a store loyalty card) to transfer the vinyl decal design to the transfer tape. It’s important to scrape it well to transfer the vinyl decal. It helps to scrape it from both the transfer tape side AND the carrier sheet side. And this is what my tray looks like with the template aligned and taped on the underside of my cutting board. A method to cut your vinyl decals, (I used the amazing Cricut Maker 3 but you can also use the Cricut Maker, the Cricut Explore 3 or the Cricut Explore — you can use the standard fine point blade for this project) Adhere the top edge of the vinyl first, and then carefully lay it downward over the wood using your scraper to push out any bubbles or creases in the vinyl as you go. Make sure both the vinyl and transfer tape are well-adhered to the wood tray.Now, use the pointy end of a small drill bit to indent and mark the wood in the center of each hole in the template. This helps your drill bit go in the right spot. TIP: If you are using a different cutting board or handles, you may want to make a rudimentary template by placing a handle on a piece of printer paper and using a weeding tool to poke a hole from the underside of the paper in the center of each screw hole. Cut out the template and place it on your board to help visually figure out where your holes should be. To make the words look more like realistic chalk writing, take a piece of chalk and smudge it around the outlines of the white vinyl.

For even projects, eliminate the risk of bubbles by just using a squeegee! For greater flexibility, gently (and carefully) warm up the vinyl with a hairdryer until it wraps around your item. TIP: If little bits don’t want to transfer to your tape, scrape it again and pay careful attention to those problem, a live chat functionality, sets this cookie. For improved service, this cookie helps remember users so that previous chats can be linked together. If you are hosting a special occasion, such as a birthday or holiday, add your favorite things to your charcuterie board and it’s sure to be a big hit!

Once your pilot holes are drilled, change your bit to a 5/32” bit (or one that fits your screw size that came with your handles). Redrill each of the holes to make them bigger and the correct size to fit the diameter of the handle screws. Chalk Pen vinyl provides an exceptional finish for writing and drawing with liquid chalk pens. This is perfect for use as a restaurant menu board or as an appliqué in a school, home or office. Chalk Pen is suitable for both indoor (5 yr) and outdoor (3 yr) applications. The CP100 film uses a repositionable, permanent adhesive to aid in application. Select your Base Material when prompted. If you are cutting the optional handle template, make sure to select Laser Paper or Copy Paper as your material for that mat. You’ll want to choose Chalkboard Vinyl for the decals. I selected "More Pressure" to ensure a nice clean cut. I’m looking forward to seeing what you make with my designs and how you use them! Please share a photo of your DIY charcuterie board art in our Facebook group or tag me on social media with #jennifermaker. We’ll also need some handles, I got these three inch brass handles that we will add with the help of our drill. Then we will need some vinyl, I’m using chalkboard vinyl and some white removable vinyl, along with some transfer tape. Next, we’ll write on our board with chalk or chalk markers, whichever you prefer. And of course we will use our Cricut cutting machine and a mat, along with a weeding tool and extra large scraper.Now you want to countersink your holes so when you attach the screws they are are flush with the wood and not poking out (so the screw heads don’t scratch your table). To do this, load a 3/8” drill bit shaped like this Dewalt bit with a pilot point. The shape is important so you create a "shelf" for the screw head to rest on. Now let's assemble the Charcuterie Tray. First, you’ll want to decide where you’d like to attach the handles on the cutting board or wood slab. If you are using the same handles and cutting board I used, make sure you cut out the template SVG I provided, and use that to help determine where to drill the holes for the screws. Place the paper template FLUSH against the short side of the wood on the UNDERSIDE side of the cutting board. Tape it in place using painters tape. NOTE: The template does not need to be flush against the top and bottom edges. Vertically it can just be centered so your handles will be centered. Here's a helpful guide. Still working on the underside of your cutting board, drill approximately 1/16” deep, or just deep enough to sink the screw head in the wood.

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