It’s not too late to whip up this stunning Farmhouse Valentine Decor!
I love making farmhouse signs for my house! These days, my walls are filled with them. I decided to branch out and start making them for all of the holidays too! This Farmhouse Valentine Decor is super easy to make and will look great if farmhouse style is your jam.
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Materials needed for Farmhouse Valentine Decor
Cricut Explore or Maker
Red iron on vinyl
Light grip mat
Basic tool set
Fine point blade
6×6 blank wooden sign (found this one at Wal-mart)
Images used for this project:
If you’ve never used iron on vinyl with wood, start HERE!
Open the above image in Design Space. Size the image to 5 inches in width. Send to cut and mirror the image. Apply the iron on vinyl to the light grip mat, shiny side down. Cut image.
Once the image has completed cutting, carefully weed away any excess vinyl.
Follow the instructions in the aforementioned post about applying iron on vinyl to wood. (This is one of my favorite crafting short cuts!)
I used my cute little 6×7 EasyPress for this project! I adore that little fellow! He is perfect for these smaller projects!
Don’t forget to warm up the wood first. This will help the vinyl to adhere. No worries if it messes up. You can peel the iron on vinyl off and reapply if needed. (Way easier than repainting if you ask me!)
Set your EasyPress to 300 degrees for 40 seconds and follow the directions in the other post.
I LOVE how this turned out! I have it hanging on the wall in my entryway. It’s the perfect pop of color for the holiday and goes well with all of my other farmhouse decor.
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