DIY Wood and Vinyl Patriotic Sign
This sign was inspired by the Fourth of July printable I shared earlier this week over at See Vanessa Craft. I changed a few things to the text layout and used my silhouette cameo to cut out the design onto white vinyl.
-Paint a piece of wood with your desired paint color and allow to dry.
-Lightly sand the board to remove any paint strokes or imperfections so that the vinyl will adhere nicely.
-Cut your design onto vinyl with a vinyl cutting machine and then apply it to vinyl transfer paper.
-Using transfer paper apply the vinyl design onto the board.
The possibilities with vinyl and wood signs are literally endless. My pine board is from a scrap piece of wood leftover from my mantel redo. I had my dad cut the leftover piece into a bunch of smaller pieces so I could make signs from them.
I just love how the sign turned out and it will be the perfect addition to all of the other Red, White and Blue decorations going up all around our home. Stay tuned because I have a LOT more Red, White and Blue crafts and recipes heading your way over the next few weeks!!
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