Grab this free fall svg file “Happy Fall Y’all” to make your own DIY autumn wreath, mugs, signs, or custom t-shirts!
Hi Friends!! It is in the 70s here today!! Woo Hoo, Fall is almost here! Can you tell I’m just a little excited??
Materials Needed for DIY Autumn Wreath Sign
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- piece of wood – this is an old piece of fence
- chalk paint
- adhesive vinyl
- transfer tape
- faux fall flowers and branches
- Cricut cutting machine
- FREE Fall SVG cut file “Happy Fall Y’all” –
- Click here to download SVG Click here to download PNG (As with all my files, these are for personal use only. If you would like to purchase a commercial use license, click here.)
DIY Fall Sign
To check out my original post on how to make the DIY wreath click here. I used the same piece of wood that has “Welcome” on it. I just turned it over and painted the back.
I cut the fall SVG cut file out with my Cricut. (If you want to know what a Cricut is and check out my Ultimate Guide of Cricut Ideas click here!).
This is a great project to use scrap pieces of vinyl. I searched through my stash and came up with these fall colors to use.
Decide which color you want the words and images to be and cut them out using your Cricut mat. Weed all the extra vinyl off.
Applying Vinyl to Wood
Use transfer tape to apply the vinyl to the dry wood. I centered the “Happy Fall” first and scraped it down with my scraper.
Peel off the transfer tape and add the next line of vinyl text.
Place the leaves and acorn in any position you want. That’s the great thing about making your own DIY fall signs. They are totally unique and you have the ability to place words and images wherever you want!
I told you in my last post how I put all my small branches in a bucket in my craft room so I actually don’t lose them!
Every season, I take out the ones I am going to change out and put in the new season’s branches. For Fall, I used these branches and pumpkin I got from Joanns.
Pull out the summer branches and just stick the fall branches into the wood grapevine. Easy Peasy!!
Tie the sign on to some of the wood. You can see the back of my sign when I turn the wreath around! Now, I don’t have to worry about losing the sign! I lose a lot of things as you probably have guessed by now….
I put it back on the door and now I’m all set for Fall!! I just wish the weather knew it was time for Fall!
If you’d like to check out what my wreath looks like during every season, click here!
Right across I have my No Soliciting sign I made without a cutting machine!! Click here to watch my video tutorial on how to transfer text to wood here.
If you like free fall SVG files, you can also grab my “Happy Pumpkin Spice Season” file by clicking here. Or scroll through my Freebie section here.
If you’d like to save this idea for later, hover over the top left picture below and PIN it!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Happy Fall Y’All!
Have a creative day!