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This month we have a travel SVG file as our freebie! If you love to travel in the summer, you might just want to download the adventure awaits SVG file for free. I am using it to make this sign but you can actually use it in any project you would like. So, follow along below to both download the free SVG and to make this cute sign as well!
This project was originally posted on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor but I am posting here in case y’all missed it!
Free Travel SVG File
Start by downloading our adventure awaits SVG file below. Just put your name and email address in the form to subscribe to our newsletter and the file will be sent to your email. Please remember that these files are for personal use only. Contact me if commercial use is desired. You can also email me at [email protected] if you are having issues getting the file.
Supplies needed to make adventure awaits sign:
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- 6×14 Unfinished Pallet Sign
- Unfinished Wood Truck
- Unfinished Wood Camper
- Chalk Paint
- Beacon Power Tac Adhesive
- Vinyl (in any color)
- Transfer Tape
- Cricut machine (click here to see which is my favorite)
- Adventure Awaits File (download it above)
How to make this camper sign:
Start by painting all of your individual pieces then set aside and allow to dry. You may need two coats on some of the wood pieces. I actually mixed the color I painted the sign with white and added that to my camper. The colors are completely up to you, however.
While your pieces dry, cut the travel SVG from vinyl. We are going to use the vinyl as a stencil so don’t worry about what color it is. Weed away all of the excess pieces.
Then use transfer tape to put it in place on the sign. My truck and camper are NOT glued down yet. I just have them in place to locate the lettering.
Press the vinyl down well and remove the transfer tape.
Then go over the entire sign with a really light coat of white paint. This gives the sign a rustic feel.
Go over the words first then continue over the entire sign.
Then peel back the vinyl from the lettering to reveal your design!
Once all of your paint has dried, add the camper and truck with Beacon Power-Tac. Allow to dry completely before hanging.
Then your fun camper sign is complete! This is a great use for that free travel SVG file but there are other uses as well!
Think about shirts, can koozies, vinyl lettering on your car, and so much more.
A travel SVG is the perfect way to celebrate summer and all of those adventures you are going to have with your family.