Easy Farmhouse 4th of July Sign

If you’re looking for a stylish and super easy 4th of July Sign to make, this one is for you! Seriously only takes a few minutes and looks fantastic.

DIY 4th of July Sign

DIY 4th of July Sign - Farmhouse style

With light wood and black pairings all the rage right now, this modern farmhouse 4th of July sign is on point. Oh and did I mention, it is crazy easy to make?!

Farmhouse 4th of July Sign DIY tutorial idea

Celebrating Independence Day with my family is one of my favorite things during the summer! The kids get so excited and it’s a day full of fun, friends, and family.

Land of the Free farmhouse sign DIY tutorial

A little up close shot of this cute 4th of July sign!

4th of July DIY Decor idea Tutorial

Farmhouse 4th of July Sign DIY Tutorial

4th of July Craft idea

Supplies:

4th of July Printable

  1. I used Silhouette Design #199351 and resized to fit on 8.5×11 sheet. I added the blue and white stripe pattern to the USA shape in the Silhouette software. Then I loaded the Printable Cotton Canvas into the back of my Canon TS All-in-One Printer and printed with print setting set to Photo. Turned out beautiful! The Photo settings on my Canon printer made the colors pop nicely on the canvas.  *Tip: If you don’t have Silhouette Software, you can find a free printable online. :)

4th of July Silhouette craft idea

2. Next in the Silhouette Software, I removed the cut lines around the words in the design. Then I loaded the Printable Canvas onto a cutting mat and cut around the design using my Silhouette CAMEO. If you do not have one, you could use scissors or a craft knife.

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3. Then peel off the paper backing from the Printable Canvas and apply to the center of your black chalkboard sign. So easy, right?!

4th of July DIY Decor idea - Farmhouse Sign tutorial - Land of the Free stripes

So fun showing off my new Patriotic Farmhouse Sign! I think we are officially ready for summer now with my 4th of July Wreath and this new sign. ha!

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Canon. Affiliate links may be used. All opinions are mine!

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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When I'm not DIYing something, I can be found taxiing around our 4 crazy kids or working out. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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