Make a fun Easter Sign using your Cricut or other cutting machine. This design is easy to put together for a cute Easter decor piece.
If you don’t have a cutting machine you could used self adhesive letters and bunny stickers.
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Creating fun Easter decor doesn’t need to be expensive. Use scrap wood or thrift store find sings to create a one of a kind piece.
Cricut Easter Sign
I buy thrift store signs whenever I spot them since they are always cheap. Depending on how the design is attached to the sign, there are a few different ways to remove it or cover it.
- If the sign has an image that’s paper that’s been glued to the sign, using water and a paint scraper will remove it.
- If the sign has raised lettering or images, use sand paper to get a smooth surface.
- If the sign simply has a painted image, then you can add a primer and then paint it your color of choice.
The sign I used for my Easter Hangin’ with My Peeps sign was a Goodwill find. It had a floral design on it, but I got ahead of myself and didn’t take a photo of it. I used Rust-Oleum American Accents White Spray Primer to fully cover the design. I followed that with two coats of DecoArt Everlasting Chalk Paint.
For the design, I used the Skinny Font in my Cricut Design Space. I sized it to fit the sign before cutting.
Next, I search for bunnies in the images of Design Space and found one that was the shape I wanted. This one had more details that I didn’t want to cut, so I used the hide tool to exclude them before cutting. I used the duplicate tool to make the smaller ones, resized to be smaller than the middle one.
I prefer to use transfer paper instead of tape for my vinyl projects. After weeding, it was ready to be transferred to the sign.
I cut the bunnies using both blue and yellow sheets of vinyl. One of the details that I removed was the cutout for the bunny tail. Instead, I used small cotton balls that are attached with hot glue.
Since I had the vinyl, transfer paper, and paint on hand, the new cost to make this was only $1.99 that I spent on the sign.
If you don’t have a cutting machine you could still make a sign similar to this using self adhesive letters and either bunny cling ons or trace a bunny shape on cardstock, cut it out, and attach them with glue.
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Hangin’ With My Peeps Easter Sign
Supply List for Easter Peeps Sign
- Thrift Store Find Sign
- Spray Primer
- Paint and Brush
- Vinyl for Cricut
- Transfer Paper
- Cricut Cutting Machine + Tools
I have plans to make some tea towels using this same design, but with muted colors to go with Gloria’s farmhouse decor.
What’s your latest thrift store find makeover?