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DIY Hey There Pumpkin Sign With Your Cricut

Cricut comes to the rescue again with this pretty DIY Hey There Pumpkin sign. This may just be my favorite sign so far that I’ve made with my Cricut.

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Supplies Needed For DIY Hey There Pumpkin Sign With Your Cricut

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Cricut Maker or Explore Air 2

Standard Grip Mat

Cricut Tools

Transfer Tape

Weeding Tool

12″ x 12″ Sheet – StarCraft HD Glossy Permanent Vinyl – Old Gold

Gocutouts 12″ Wooden Circle 1/4″ Thick Cutouts Package of 6 Baltic Birch Circles (12″ 1/4 Package of 6)

Black Chalk Paint

FolkArt Home Decor Wood Tint

Florals and Pumpkin (Hobby Lobby)

Painters Tape

Sponge Brush

Hot Glue Gun

How To Make The Hey There Pumpkin Sign

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The first thing I did was stain the wood round with the Wood Tint.

Next I taped off a section of the wood circle with the painters tape, about 3 inches through the middle of the wood circle. I painted the section between the two rows of painters tape with the black chalk paint. It’s really hard to see in the pictures because the Wood Tint is so dark. (You can use less Wood Tint and it won’t be so dark.)

I let the stain sit for a couple of days, and then the black chalk paint sit for another day, to make sure they were both completely dry before starting the project.

When everything was dry, and after removing the painters tape, I added the “Hey There” vinyl on top of the black painted area. I then added the “Pumpkin” vinyl below the black area.

Lastly, I hot glued the fall florals and the pumpkin at the top.

I hope you will try making one (or several) of these pumpkin signs for your holiday decor, and to share with friends and family.

Until next time.

Kathy

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P.S.S. If you’re thinking about getting a Cricut and you aren’t sure which one to get, this article might help you in your decision making process.  The Cricut Maker vs. The Cricut Explore Air 2.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Cortney

    So cute! Thanks for sharing!

    1. krp@kpeckscreativecafe.com

      Thank you Cortney!!! It was so much fun to make.

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