Looking for an easy and adorable Christmas sign? Check out this fun and easy Dollar Tree Christmas Sign. Turn a plain Dollar tree Christmas sign into this fun sign you can create inexpensively.
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Dollar Tree Christmas Sign
Although this year has been pretty insane it seems a sense of normalcy is approaching, Christmas. It’s the one time of year we can let loose and enjoy the beauty of everything around us. That’s why I love decorating for Christmas. There’s something so wonderful about fixing our home up to welcome this special time of year.
One place I love to head to when it comes to Christmas decor is Dollar tree. There are so many great crafts one can create with products that will cost you a dollar. Chances are whatever craft idea you come up with will cost you less than $10 to create.
For this craft I used my Cricut. If you don’t have one then you need to get one asap. This has been a game changer in my life. I’ve been able to make all sorts of great crafts from school supplies to gifts.
This project is no exception. I was able to make it so easily and best of all it’s so inexpensive to make. So read on to find out how easy it is to make this fun Merry Christmas sign!
What you’ll need to make a Dollar Tree Christmas Sign
Dollar Tree ornament sign
Plaid ribbon (from Dollar Tree)
Hot glue gun
- Paint the ornament sign until the graphics on the front are completely covered. Allow the paint to dry.
Upload the SVG file into design space
and weld the letters together.
Resize the design to fit on the sign (7 inches tall).
Cut the design on red vinyl and weed out the extra vinyl. Use transfer tape to transfer the design to the sign.
Make a bow with the plaid ribbon and glue it to the top of the sign.
And you’re done! Could this be any easier to make? You can keep the wording or make it your own!
Isn’t this sign adorable?
Looking for more fun Christmas ideas? Check out these Rae Dunn inspired Christmas Tree ornaments.
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