Split Wall Art

Hi everyone, Esther here!

I wanted to share a couple of projects I made with Snapdragon Snippets Wall Art files. These files are so fun and I love the way you can insert a name, or anything else you want, in between the split.

I decided I wanted to make some wall art for my grandchildren's rooms.

My granddaughter is totally into princesses (what girl isn't) right now, so for her I chose to use split castle wall art which you can find here and cut it out with black vinyl. I decided to put it on a white shadow box so that I could put some fun background paper behind it. I used Magical Forest in Ever After by Pebbles. Then I cut her name out at 3/4" with pink vinyl using the Storybook Cricut cartridge.

My grandson is playing Little League and just loving every minute of it. For his wall art I chose to use Split Baseball wall art which you can purchase here and cut it out with white vinyl. I picked a black shadowbox and his background paper is Zach from Love You More by Pebbles. His name was cut out in yellow vinyl at 3/4" using the Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cartridge.

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!!


  1. These are wonderful works of art! You did a great job with the vinyl!

  2. You did an awesome job Esther!! Love them both!

  3. Great post! these wall art really amazing.

  4. Love them!!! I haven't try vinyl yet but it gives a lot of inspiration to do it!


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