I know I’m totally late to getting on the farmhouse train, that is usually how trends go with me. I never like them until they start going out of style. But, I don’t mind. I want to decorate with things that I like, and right now, I’m loving the farmhouse vibe. Also, I’m loving feeling a little slice of farm life with our own backyard chickens so I think the farmhouse decor goes perfect with it. If you want to see more about that, you can follow along over on Instagram @cowleyfarmhouse. Today I’m sharing this Bless Our Farmhouse Kitchen Sign with you. I actually put this together last year, but with the loop that the pandemic threw into everything, I just never got it shared until now.
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Bless Our Farmhouse Kitchen Sign Supplies:
- Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Joy
- Blank Sign (I found mine at Hobby Lobby)
- Vinyl (I used grey)
- Transfer Tape
- Weeding Tool Set
- Vinyl Squeegee
Finding a design that I liked in Cricut Design Space, I got it ready to be cut. This design is included with Cricut Access. I sent it to my Cricut Maker to be cut with the fine point blade.
Once cut, I weeded the design. This weeding hook from the Weeding Tools Set is the best!
Once I had it weeded, it was ready for transfer tape. Because my sign is not this shape, I had to do a couple of things a little different for this sign.
Add transfer tape to the top of the design.
Then cut the top and bottom apart.
Then place them side by side. Line them up how you’d like them.
Use some masking tape to place it onto your sign. Measure to make sure it is straight and just where you want it.
Using the Hinge Method, apply each side of the design.
Once it is applied, peel the transfer tape off.
And that is it! The Bless Our Farmhouse Kitchen Sign is finished!
I put mine above my kitchen sink and I love having it there! Someday we want to add a backsplash and window casing to this area, but for now, this sign will do.
If you were to make this Bless Our Farmhouse Kitchen Sign, would it go in your kitchen, or would you put it somewhere else in your home?
It is such a simple sign to make, but the simplicity of it is what makes it beautiful, don’t you think?
If you’ve like this tutorial for this Bless Our Farmhouse Kitchen Sign, then be sure to check out the other projects I’ve shared using the Cricut machines.