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We Can Make That

Free Porch Sign SVGs

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As I write this blog post I’m dreaming of spring and summer time on our porch and patio. The kids are on spring break today and… it’s snowing. This isn’t so crazy here, it’s the norm for spring in North Dakota. But this weather sure makes us appreciate our warm summer days on the patio and crisp night hanging on the porch. This blog is dedicated to those nights with a HUGE list of free porch sign SVGs at the end.

There’s so many fun options for these at your local craft store. To add your design you can choose to paint them, use outdoor vinyl or make an IKONArt stencil and print lots of sign to sell at your next craft show.

Free Porch Sign SVGs Blanks

When we find cute SVGs, like those at the end of this blog post, we often just save them to our computer in the hopes of finding something to put them on. I went on a search to find something to work with our new HELLO Porch Sign SVG and found lots of creative things you can use too.

Theses blanks are from Hobby Lobby, but so many craft stores have them too.

So once you buy these fun blanks what do you do with them? Use one of our Free Porch Sign SVGs to make yourself and a friend something cute!

Porch Sign with Hello SVG

We don’t have much room to hang this outside so I’m having mine inside. If you are doing yours for outside be sure to use outdoor vinyl, seal it with coating to prevent fading and make sure any embellishments are weather proof (like a bow or accent).

Here are the Supplies I used for my Porch Sign

  • Blank Wood Sign
  • Vinyl (HTV, Indoor, Outdoor… what ever fits your project)
  • HELLO Porch Sign SVG (or any Free SVG from the list below)
  • Ribbon for Bow
  • Metal Ribbon for Accent
  • Hot Glue for the embellishments
Porch Sign SVG

Simple Steps for Making My Porch Sign

I used my Cricut to cut out the HELLO Porch Sign SVG. I used adhesive vinyl and since it’s going inside I used regular vinyl, not the outdoor grade (which is just a little more sticky.

Check out the video from Facebook where I put the sign together. It was simple and I’m loving how it came out.

I measured the sign and had an idea where to place the vinyl and accents I chose. This doesn’t always end the way I start out, but today it went exactly as planned. Strange. LOL

Cutting the Metal accent was probably the hardest part, but it wasn’t hard at all once I found some cutters for it. I measured it and cut away, pretty simple. I’m excited to use this, I bought it YEARS ago to use on something I was painting with Chalk Paint and never ended up using it. Hobby Lobby still has it, I found it by the floral section.

I might change out the bow come winter time but it matches the room and doesn’t distract from the other embellishments on the sign.

Free Porch Sign SVGs

If you are inspired, and I hope you are, here are few more SVGs from my creative friends. Grab one or grab all of them and be sure to jump into our Facebook group of crafters to show off what you made!

We Can Make That!
Kelly Leigh Creates
Try it – Like it – Create it
Hello Creative Family
Happy Go Lucky
Everyday Party Magazine
Artsy-Fartsy Mama
The Girl Creative
Liz on Call
Life Sew Savory
Cutting Machine Crafting
Homemade Heather

Comments

  • April 23, 2021
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    Brenda Silcox

    How do i get the above svgs

  • April 14, 2021
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    cindy arocha

    you guys are great!!!!

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