Do you love Coffee? It’s no secret that I love coffee. When I signed up for the Obscure Holiday Craft Lightning series, I knew I wanted to create a craft in celebration of National Coffee Day to share with you! I’m excited to share a fun and quick tutorial on How to Make a Coffee Bar Sign! So, let’s get started!
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How to Make a Coffee Bar Sign with Cricut
I know National Coffee Day isn’t until September 29th, but the love for coffee is all year round! So get a head-start and deck out your coffee bar with this fun DIY. It’s even perfect for Valentine’s Day or any day!
What you will need:
Unfinished Wood Sign
Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
Coffee Bar Love is Brewing SVG (Get this file for free for a limited time! Sign up for my newsletter for a coupon code. Offer expires 2/14/19)
Cricut Patterned Removable Vinyl
Rotary Cutting Kit or Scissors and Ruler
Wood Stain, Paint or Furniture Marker
I created the easy to follow step by step video tutorial for you, it even includes a walk through for uploading SVGs in Cricut Design Space. I hope you find it helpful!
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OOPS! I listed Everyday Vinyl on the supplies list in the video, but it should be Basic Black Vinyl for the wording. 🙂
Don’t have a Cricut? You can also use my SVGs with other SVG compatible electronic machines.
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What do you think? Wasn’t that a cinch? This project took a tad bit longer than 15 minutes, but it was super easy and you can make it under 15 minutes if you buy a finished frame! If you love Farmhouse style decor, be sure to also check out my tutorial for Farmhouse Signs. 🙂
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