DIY Track and Cross Country Sign
This is a sturdy door sign with a wood base that I cut myself. I have included all the supplies and instructions so that you can make yours too for a lasting, wonderfully personalized sign. If the wood cutting is too intimidating for you, you can also use a paper or thin plastic base and cut the whole thing with your electronic cutter!
My kids are in many activities. I like to change my door sign to wish them good luck and to show that I am supporting their activities even though I might not be able to go and watch them. I also like the neighborhood being able to see the designs I have made.
– Remy XC Door sign.wpc Cut file
– The font used for “Remy Columbus Discoverers Cross Country & Track” is ITC Lubalin Medium
– Pazzles Inspiration Vue cutter
– 12×24 Pazzles cutting mat
– Oracle 631 vinyl matte Burgundy 12×24
– Oracle 631 vinyl matte Black 12×24 two pieces
– Paper cutter
– Mat Scraper tool
– Clear Transfer tape Cut to 12x24” Used (not very sticky)
– Weeding tools
– Particle Board
– Jig Saw
– Rust-Oleum Spray Paint Blossom White
- Embossing heat tool
– Krylon clear finish spray
– 1 1/2 thick white ribbon cut 21 long
– Stanley staple gun model TR45 with staples
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