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Buffalo Print Remade Wall Art

By: Megan Daves from
Buffalo Print Remade Wall Art
Buffalo Print Remade Wall Art

Find a frame at the thrift store where you love everything except the picture, then use craft vinyl to personalize your new piece of art! This Buffalo Print Remade Wall Art tutorial features lovely craft vinyl that really modernizes this piece. Choose a favorite quote and use your die cutting machine to cut it out of the vinyl. Apply the vinyl according to the package directions and you'll have a brand new piece of art at quite a low cost! If you love buffalo print, don't let a central image you aren't in love with stop you from buying the frame. You can alter the contents to make this the perfect fit for your interior decor.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Materials List

  • Framed Wall Art
  • DecoArt Americana Slate Grey Paint
  • DecoArt Snow (Titanium) White Paint
  • Sanding Black
  • Vinyl (either purchased finished or a Silhouette Cameo 3 for cutting)
  • Transfer Tape
  • Paint Brushes
  • Painter's Tape

Instructions for Buffalo Print Remade Wall Art:

  1. The first thing to do was to protect the buffalo check area, that's my favorite part. So I covered it with painters tape.

  2. Then I painted a base coat of gray using Americana Slate Gray paint.

  3. While that was drying, I started to work on my vinyl. This was a graphic I had purchased before but never had the right use for, until today. It was so easy to just open up the .svg file in Silhouette Studio and cut it out with my Silhouette Cameo 3. After cutting, do the weeding part.

    *Note: If you don't have an e-cutter, you can buy already cut vinyl all over the place, or you can paint these words on using stencils.

  4. Once the Slate Gray was dry, I added a coat of Americana Snow (Titanium) White.

  5. Then, it's time to add transfer tape on top of my weeded vinyl and then apply it to the sign.

  6. And just like that, the remaking wall art project is done!

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