Spring is HERE! I am sharing a Spring Front Door Decor Idea using my vinyl stencil wooden sign method. I purchased a pack of 18″ wood rounds on Amazon and knew with a little paint it would be perfect for my front door.
I’m joining with my #TeamCreativeCraft friends so scroll all the way to the bottom to see what Spring Garden crafts they are sharing too.
Spring Door Decor Supplies:
- Acrylic Paint (I used a mauve and black)
- Matte Mod Dodge
- Paint Brush
- Blue Painters Tape
- Floral Cut File
- 18″ Wood Round
- Oracale 631 Vinyl
- Transfer tape
- 220 grit or higher Sand Paper
- Silhouette Machine (or Cricut, or your preffered cutting machine)
Making the Spring Door Decor Sign:
My nine year old daughter helped me with this sign so gather up the crew and make some decor for every season.
- Start by lightly sanding the round and wiping clean. Then tape off half of the sign with blue painters tape. I eyeballed it but you could measure if you want perfection.
- Paint one half of the round using the acrylic paint color of your choice. Let it dry completely and then remove the tape.
- While the paint is drying open up the floral cut file design inside your cutting machine software. I purchased a floral cut file from ETSY, deleted the bottom half and then placed a rectangle around it to create a stencil.
- After reverse weeding (so that I weeded out the flowers and left the background) I used transfer tape to apply it to the round right along the paint line. First I painted on a coat of mod podge and let it dry, then painted over that with black paint.
- When the paint is dry gently peel off the vinyl at a 45 degree angle. I forgot to sand my sign first and some of the wood peeled along with the vinyl … don’t be like me.
- For the final touch you can stencil and paint on ‘welcome’ or find wooden letters to glue on. (I cut mine from birch using my GlowForge)
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More Spring Garden Craft Ideas…
- Laura from Me and My Inklings has created DIY Twine Flowers on a Wreath for Spring Décor
- Smitha from Smiling Colors is sharing a tutorial How to Draw and Color a Butterfly
- Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins has created Springtime Preschool Activity Pages
- Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life is sharing a set of Watercolor Inspired Garden Stickers
- Justine from Little Dove Blog has created the sweetest DIY Fairytale Signpost for the garden
- Erica from 5 Little Monsters is sharing a set of Flower Painted Rocks that are quick and easy
- Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks has created Floral Front Door Décor Welcome Sign for Spring
- Beth from Creatively Beth is sharing How to Make Felt Succulents complete with patterns
- Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama has created a You Grow Girl Planter with a Free SVG File
- Liz from Liz on Call is sharing a Home Sweet Home Door Hanger with Free Cut File
- Kimberly from Crafting Cheerfully is sharing an adorable DIY Fairy House Planter
- Ginger from Ginger Snap Crafts has created a Garden Ladder perfect for Flowers or Herbs
- Teresa from Simply Made Fun is sharing a Plant Mom Free SVG Cut File perfect on a tote
- Elise from Polka Dotted Blue Jay has created a Live Life in Full Bloom towel for the kitchen
- Heather from Homemade Heather is sharing how to make Easy Polymer Clay Plant Markers