Interchangeable Seasonal Sign
Interchangeable signs are SO popular right now, and the gnome fad is still going strong. This sign is the cutest way to get the best of both of those trends. We’ll show you how to make this interchangeable seasonal sign for your home.
Use your Cricut or other die-cut machines to create a one of kind custom piece of home decor that will look great displayed in your home or on your front door.
Interchangeable Seasonal Sign
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Cut Files/Fonts Used:
- 14.5” wood round (link provided is not the same as used in the video. The link provides a more economical option)
- Basil Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
- 2.0 MM Cricut Chipboard
- Cricut Knife Blade
- 24” Standard Grip Mat
- Strong Grip Mat
- Masking Tape
- White Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Canon printer
- Adhesive Velcro Dots
- Hook Weeding Tool
- Burnishing tool/scraper
- Oracal 1917 Injet Printable Vinyl
- Oragaurd 236 Matte Covering
- Insert gnome cut files into the design space.
- Select on individual gnome graphics and create a white offset layered behind the gnome. Duplicate the offset and move to the side. Flatten the gnome and the offset that is layered behind.
- Repeat step 2 for the three remaining gnomes.
- Insert a circle measuring 14.5″
- Insert a text box with the bellbottom font selected and enter the letters GNOME. Size to fit in the center of the circle.
- Insert a text box with the curly cue font selected. Enter the text “welcome to our”. Without ungroup select the text curve option and curve your text around 10.18 degrees. Size to fit at the top of the circle.
- Insert another text box with the curly cue font selected. Enter the text “<last name> family”. Without ungrouping select the text curve option and c curve your text around -10.18 degrees. Size to fit at the bottom of the circle.
- Ungroup the GNOME text and delete the “O”
- Size the gnomes to fit where the deleted O was. Make sure to size your gnome with corresponding offset so that they are the same size when cut out.
- Click make it and follow the prompts in design space to create your print then cut stickers (use printer and oracle 1917 printable vinyl to print out stickers and then place the oraguard matte sheet on top of the printed vinyl before cutting with your Cricut) and then cut out the mats using vinyl and chipboard.
- Prepare wood round by painting two coats of acrylic paint and let dry completely.
- Weed vinyl and transfer to completely dried wood round.
- Place stickers on corresponding chipboard cut out
- Place adhesive velcro dots on the backs of the gnomes and in between GN & ME where the gnomes will be replacing the “o”.
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