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Help bring the true meaning of Christmas into your home with this beautiful DIY Christmas Nativity Sign.
Whether or not you’re ready Christmas is coming. I really want to set the tone for our Christmas this year and this Christmas nativity sign I made is exactly what I was looking for. I think I’m going to make a few extra to have on hand because I think this is the perfect gift for anyone if I need a last minute gift.
I really enjoyed making this Christmas nativity sign and am so glad it came together the way I imagined. Thanks to my Cricut machine the project came together quickly and was pretty easy.
Make your own DIY Christmas Nativity Sign
To make the DIY Christmas Nativity sign you will need the following supplies.
A piece of wood ( mine measured 15 inches long by 10.5 inches wide)
White acrylic paint
Cricut vinyl in black, gold, metallic silver
You can find the words, Nativity, and Star I used here, You’ll want to size each image to the size you want and duplicate the stars for how many you want.
Step 1. Paint your wood and while it’s drying cut your images out in Design Space.
Step 2: If you want, sand edges with a small hand sander for a distressed look.
Step 3: Once paint is dry (we recommend letting paint dry for 24 hours) decide where you want everything placed. Using Transfer Tape apply vinyl to your wood. You can use a scraper or credit card to make sure your vinyl is laying down nicely and smooth it out.
Once you have that done slowly remove your transfer tape and you’re done!
I’ve decided this year to use more soft and neutral/natural colors this year with my Christmas decor in my front room and these vinyl colors blend in perfectly. They are beautiful and I love that it is one of the first things I see when I walk into the room. I’ve been wanting to make a Christmas Nativity sign for a while and I’m glad I sat down and finally made it. I really think this would be such a great and meaningful gift and there is still plenty of time to whip up this Christmas Nativity sign before gift giving begins.
And now I need you to help me decide which wreath I like better on my window? Do you like the one with berries or just the grapevine wreath? Tell me in the comments.
Happy Holidays and Happy Crafting!