Make a North Pole Sign to decorate for Christmas with. This is a sponsored post.
This cheery sign for Christmas is perfect for holiday decorating! I used vinyl from StyleTech Craft with my Silhouette Cameo to quickly make this colorful project. I plan to make a few to set in poinsettia pots, but it also looks cute as part of a wreath!
If you missed the announcement on Facebook, I have been chosen to be a part of the StyleTech Craft design team! I’ve used a lot of different vinyl products over the years and this is my favorite. The vinyl cuts beautifully and is so easy to weed! I’m excited to be able to share their huge variety of vinyl products with you all over the next year.
Supplies Used to Make the North Pole Sign:
- Gloss Vinyl from StyleTech Craft in Red and Green hues
- Free Cut File (click here to download)
- Unfinished Wood Pallet Sign
- White Paint
Paint the sign with white paint. I used a Milk Paint from Plaid Crafts that is called Milky White.
I designed and cut the signs out from four different colors of glossy vinyl. I opted to stick with a red and green traditional Christmas theme, but you can choose any color scheme you like.
Weed the vinyl, and use transfer tape (also from StyleTech Crafts) to pick the vinyl up off the backing.
Press the vinyl onto the painted wood arrow.
Peel back the transfer tape and save it. Reuse it to transfer the other arrow signs.
To add a touch of whimsy, I cut several narrow strips from the turquoise blue vinyl and attached them to the pole for the sign.
This North Pole sign is so cheery and cute! It would make a great addition to your holiday decor, like this fun DIY penguin jar. Have fun crafting and creating for Christmas!