Ginger Snap Crafts: DIY Farmhouse Hello Sign {tutorial}

01 April 2019

DIY Farmhouse Hello Sign {tutorial}

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Good morning! Happy April Fool’s Day! I am so excited about spring being here! Yay! How about you? I’m excited to get my front porch all ready for spring, too. I found some cute pots at Home Depot, & I was going to work on planting some flowers & strawberries this past weekend, but it was rainy & cold. So hopefully, I get to that this week. :) In the meantime, let me show you how I made this cute DIY Farmhouse Hello Sign for my porch. It’s great for any season. ;) Let’s get started!

For this project you will need:
this Design Space cut file
Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
vinyl
transfer tape
cutting mat
wood (1x12 cut to size & 1x2 for the frame)
wood stain
white outdoor paint
Mod Podge (optional)

To see how I made my frame check out this tutorial from A Girl & a Glue Gun. It’s so easy! I've made a ton of these signs for families & friends & for craft nights. You can customize them to whatever size you need! After I had my sign board painted, stained my frame & assembled my sign, I cut out my vinyl using my Cricut machine. Size the vinyl hello to fit your frame.

Then I weeded the vinyl (removed the excess vinyl) and put a piece of transfer tape on top.

Remove the thick paper backing material leaving your vinyl on the transfer tape.

Place it on your sign exactly where you want it. Rub gently with your hand, and then slowly remove the transfer tape. I love that part! ha! :)

You can apply a layer of Mod Podge now, if you’d like. It just gives it a little more protection from being outside.

TIP: Hang your sign up using 3M Command strips. They work awesome. I just love them! :)

Ta da! All done! :)

Check out even more farmhouse inspired home décor below! :)

8 Farmhouse Ideas

12 Farmhouse Home Décor Ideas

10 Farmhouse Inspired DIY Projects

How to Add a Little Farmhouse to Your Home

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