Front Door Vinyl Signs


Driving through my neighborhood the other day I saw that my neighbor had added her last name to her front door with vinyl. I instantly wanted to be a copycat. What a cute idea! Sometimes it’s the simple things we can do with our Inspiration that we overlook. Since I can’t create all of your last names for you in fun fonts, I did the next best thing and made several generic front door signs ready to cut out in your color choice of vinyl. I don’t know why I never thought of this before, but I think this might be my part of every gift I give this year. What a cute idea for newlyweds or a small gift for a teacher, or neighbor.

I have not included instructions for this project, but if you have never applied vinyl before you may want to watch our Applying Wall Vinyl video for tips on applying it. If you are unfamiliar with vinyl we offer two options in the online Pazzles store. Regular vinyl has a shiny surface and is a permanent application. It can withstand water and weather. Our wall vinyl is a less permanent solution. It has a matte finish and can be removed easily, but it is less durable in the weather.

The circle design is intended to be filled with a monogram in any font you choose. I stuck the hello on my door from the garage to the house and when my kids came home yesterday they thought it was so funny.



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6 thoughts on “Front Door Vinyl Signs

  • naenae

    Love this idea! So simple….I’m going to make them out of the cling vinyl for my screen door so that I can change them frequently. I may make some more about the different seasons and holidays. Thanks for the idea!!!

  • mswhizz

    Great minds think alike, I guess. I had been seeing front door vinyl on Pinterest, so just a couple of weeks ago I added “Welcome” to our front door. It was really easy even without your cutting files. I really like the monogram one tho and so may add it to a different door. Thanks so much for sharing!

  • meheidie

    Michelle, What font did you use for the numbers? I want to do my monogram in the same font if possible.

  • bodden1001

    Thanks for the idea. It turned out really nice!!! I really liked how easy it was! Keep them coming. 🙂