After our visit to the pumpkin patch over the weekend I was excited to use the pumpkins we picked to decorate our home. We made sure to pick as many varieties as we could to make a really colourful pumpkin display. I bought a cheap and cheerful wooden plaque blank for Hobbycraft and used my Cricut Maker to cut a cute little vinyl decal. It looks super cute!
Pumpkin patch sign supplies:
Cricut adhesive foil
Standard Grip Mat
Cricut Transfer tape
Cricut Basic Tools set
Cricut paper guillotine
wooden square wall plaque (from Hobbycraft)
free pumpkin sign on Cricut Design Space – search “pumpkin sign”
How to craft a pumpkin patch sign
I found the free pumpkin sign on Cricut Design Space. There are loads you can use for free but I knew this would fit perfectly on the wooden plaque I had.
I measured the wooden plaque and re-sized the design to make sure it fitted.
I picked a gorgeous vinyl from my off cuts to use, placed it on the Standard Grip Mat and set my machine to cut.
It didn’t take long to cut and I removed it from the mat. I then trimmed the sign using my Cricut paper guillotine and started to weed the surplus away.
I placed a piece of Cricut Transfer tape over the design and placed it on my wooden blank. I carefully removed the Transfer Tape to reveal the sign.
I love our little pumpkin patch sign. The kids had fun re-arranging all our colourful pumpkins and squashes to make a lovely seasonal display.
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