Make a home sign with wreath in just minutes with a Cricut machine and some scrap wood. A wreath home sign is a great way to spruce up your outdoor space any time of the year. Exchange the wreath for different seasons and you can even add things that are not a wreath if you wish. So, are you ready to make your own? Follow along below!
This is a part of patriotic Craft Lightning this week. You will want to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4 if you have missed any of the fun this week. You will also want to scroll down to the bottom of this post for even more fun patriotic crafts from our partner bloggers.
Supplies needed to make this wreath home sign:
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- Scrap wood
- Outdoor paint
- Outdoor vinyl (this is the type I used)
- Cricut Machine (see which I use here)
- Cut file (click here for access)
- Transfer tape
- Weeding tools (optional)
- Wreaths or other interchangeable seasonal decorations
How to make a vertical home sign with wreath:
- Start by making the sign itself. I am using scrap wood so I used two long boards along with two shorter for the cross pieces. These can be any size you wish and any type of wood.
- Nail sign together.
- Then paint the entire thing with a few coats of a good quality outdoor paint. Be sure to allow to dry in between coats. You will also want everything to be dry before adding the vinyl
- Use this cut file and resize to fit your sign. You will also want to change the name and year established
- Then cut the pieces from outdoor vinyl.
- Weed away all excess.
- Then use transfer tape to add the pieces to your sign.
- Screw the hook into the place where the “O” would be located.
- Hang on the wreath or any other seasonal decor of your choice and your home sign with wreath is complete!
I put a patriotic spin on my wreath home sign for this week. But there are so many options when it comes to a sign like this. I thought I would share just a few of those.
Home Sign with Wreath as the O
So, I started with a small patriotic wreath as my “O”. All of my seasonal decorations came from Hobby Lobby in case you want the same ones.
For a non-seasonal look, you can add a plain wreath like this one below or even a boxwood wreath.
I must say that this is my favorite look personally but I had even more ideas.
Do you know those small metal things that are in the garden section? Use those instead of a wreath!
This small butterfly would be great all spring and summer.
You can also look in the wood decor area.
Here I picked up a small football that would be perfect for fall. The point is that with this home sign with wreath, the possibilities are endless! So, be sure to make your own wreath home sign soon!
Love this DIY wreath home sign and want more ideas? Try the links below!
Start with these simple patriotic cupcake toppers from Jenny’s Colorful Life.
Want to show off your patriotic pride? Make this patriotic door hanger from See Lindsay.
You can even show patriotism in the kitchen with these patriotic kitchen towels from 100 Directions.
You can also make this jumbo patriotic tassel from Albion Gould in minutes.
Want a fun game for the entire family? Make this patriotic tic tac toe game from Happy Go Lucky.
You can also make this felt USA banner in minutes like this one from A Sweet Berry.
My longtime co-hostess for this series is 30 Minute Crafts and she has been busy herself this week. You can use her instructions to make this Americana beaded bracelet.
Needed earrings to go with your bracelet? Spend 15 more minutes and make these star and sparkle earrings.
Want a safer alternative to sparklers? Try these flame free sparklers.
Make some quick and easy patriotic crafts this year! From my home sign with wreath to any of the other great ideas that have been shared this week. I will be rounding up all of the ideas tomorrow as well so y’all stay tuned!
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