Spring is in the air, well maybe not quite yet. But we can start getting the house ready for Spring right!?! It’s never to early for that! One of my first spring projects is this DIY Easter sign tutorial. I LOVE making my own signs. I can customize the colors and look to fit my decor. With this Easter sign I wanted to go with a farmhouse feel. Today, I’ll show you how easy it is to make your own custom Easter sign!
DIY Easter sign tutorial supplies:
- Darice 12×12 Wood Wall Panel
- Darice Acrylic Craft Paint
- Vinyl Sheet
- Transfer Paper
- Paint Brush
- Silhouette or Cricut Cutting Machine
Step 1. First things first… Let’s paint our wooden panel. I painted the whole thing white first, then painted in the sides with black paint.
Only three coats of white paint was needed and one coat of black. Let each coat dry 5 minutes.
Step 2. Next find and cut your design. I found my design in the Silhouette library. Measure your design to fit your wooden panel.
Once you have cut and weeded your stencil, you will need to add transfer tape on top. This will help transfer your stencil over to the wood panel. After you added your transfer tape, pull off the back of your vinyl.
Step 3. Now center your stencil onto the wood panel. Use your scraping tool to adhere the vinyl onto the sign.
Smooth out any bubbles, to prevent any paint from bleeding.
Now remove your transfer tape.
Step 4. Since we have the perfect stencil now, it’s time to add our paint!
I filled in the stencil with my paint. Only two coats were needed for this step.
Step 5. Once the paint has dried you can gently pull up your stencil to reveal your Easter Sign!
Now it’s time to display! I can’t wait to start decorating the house for Easter.
Looking for another simple DIY Easter project? Check out this Easter Banner made by Vanessa!
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Courtney from Crafts by Courtney is a mommy to three great boys (who keep her busy) and wife to a loving husband. Crafts by Courtney is where she makes easy-to-follow craft tutorials and posts all the do-it-yourself parties she’s created! Crafting has always been a big part of Courtney’s life since she was a child, and some of her favorite childhood memories are crafting with her mother and sister.