diy family Established signs

DIY family established signs are a great gift for newlyweds or new housewarming parties.

They are super easy to make. Whether you are making a rustic wood sign or just doing a cute printout with a nice frame, there are endless possibilities and many of them are easy to make yourself.

These DIY family sign printables and SVGs are free and available in my resource library.

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Different Methods for Making Name Signs

There are many ways to present your family name sign. I’ve listed a few here from easiest to slightly more complex. I make most of my signs using a Cricut cutting machine but there are many methods that you can employ just doing it by hand.

In fact, some people prefer the aesthetic of a hand-painted wooden family sign. Many people don’t like the look of a vinyl iron on top of wood and would rather hand paint something so it goes more with the rustic aesthetic.

If paint is your medium of choice, then there’s a simple way to copy your template onto your canvas.

Simply print your image, then color in the back with a pencil and trace over the front of the image onto the canvas. The pencil backing acts as a carbon copy.

The above method works great for pallet signs as well. I’m not a huge fan of paint and like to stick to chalk markers. Amazon has a great selection of pallet signs.

Vinyl Signs

This is how I made mine below. I have a cutting machine which made things a little easier but it’s a simple enough design to do it by hand. Amazon also has a great selection of vinyl.

DIY Last Name Sign

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2 thoughts on “diy family Established signs”

  1. slovsin@live.com

    all i get when i open up the files for the split monogram template is a page of letters. How do you copy one letter and personalize it?

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