Leprechaun’s Welcome St. Patrick’s Day Sign

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Where does time go? It feels like New Years was yesterday but in reality we are quickly approaching St. Patrick’s Day.  As I pulled out my St. Patrick’s decorations I realized That I don’t have much to decorate with.  The hunt for new decorating ideas began, we decided to make this darling  Leprechaun’s Welcome St. Patrick’s Day Sign.  These days I have been on a keep it simple and quick with the craft projects.  This cute little sign can come together in around an hour.

Leprechauns Welcome

To create your own Leprechaun’s Welcome St. Patrick’s Day Sign you will need the following supplies:

1 piece of pine wood cut at 16″ in length and 4 1/2″ in width. (this isn’t a real large sign)

Black and green vinyl

White paint

Paint brush

Personal cutting machine

Sand paper to sand down the edges

LeprechaunsWhere does time go?

Follow the picture tutorial or video below:

Start by painting your board white.

welcome lep

While the board is drying create a word design that says Leprechaun’s Welcome using your personal cutting machine.  Cut the “Leprechaun’s Welcome” wording out using black vinyl at 3 1/2″ in width and 12″ in length. This should fill Pretty much most of the board except an inch or two on the sides and an 1/2″ inch on both top and bottom. Next you’ll want to create a shamrock design to fit in place of the letter “O”.  Cut the shamrock out in green vinyl using your personal cutting machine at 1 1/2″ wide by 2 1/2″ tall.

welcome lep design

At this time you will want to weed out the wording and replace the letter “O” with the green shamrock.

welcome lep weed vinyl

welcome lep shamrock

Using transfer tape place the wording on the center of you white-painted board. Remember to press down on the vinyl while removing the transfer tape to make sure the vinyl sticks to the surface.

welcome lep apply vinyl

You can either display this sign in an easel on a table or you could add a bracket to the back of the sign and display it up on the wall. A fine layer of iridescent glitter glue could be cute. Leprechauns Welcome

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