Harry Potter Wood Cricut Signs
Do you have a Harry Potter fan on that big Christmas list. If so, don’t pass up this simple DIY to make Harry Potter Wood Cricut Signs. Super simple project and the ideas to put on these blocks are endless.
Whether you use the Deathly Hallows or the 9 3/4 Hogwarts Express symbol or you decide on other Harry Potter designs. Say house crests or even a quote you can find over at Sweet Little SVG. The possibilities are truly endless with this simple project.
Materials for harry potter wood Cricut Signs:
- 2x3x8 wood
- Black matte chalk paint
- 1 sheet white oracal 651 sticker vinyl
- Blue cricut mat
- Weeding tool
- Cricut machine
- Deathly Hallows PNG
- 9 3/4 PNG
- Transfer tape
- Scraper Tool
- Sand paper
- Plastic drop sheet
- Paint Brush
Start by cutting the wood into 2 1/2 inch squares. Use sand paper to rub around the edges to smooth out the wood. Place the wood blocks on the plastic drop sheet. Paint the blocks with chalk paint. Let dry for about an hour or two.
How To Cut The Vinyl Cricut Design
Using the cricut design space. Upload the png files and make them 2″ inch by 2″inch to fit the wood sign. Set the machine to cut on vinyl setting.
Place the white vinyl on the blue cricut mat. Cut and weed the design with the weeding tool. I like to keep the designs basic for easy weeding since these wood blocks are small.
Use the transfer tape by placing the same size piece over the design. Use the scraper tool to scrape the design then remove it slowly. Pull back then place on the wood block. Scrape well with scraper tool. Slowly pull back making sure the design sticks.
Repeat this process for the other harry potter wood cricut sign. Remember you can easily change out the design to a quote or anything else Harry Potter your little heart desires. Place them in a tier for a Christmas display like you see below.
Add a few funko pop figurines and some bottle brush trees to remind you of the woods of Hogwarts. These blocks also make for great gifts for Harry Potter fans. Make them with house crests to give to each friend in a different house.
The stick of wood I used made 5 sets and I have only used half of the stick so far. This is an easy project and great for making holiday gifts or even a custom birthday gift. I made several of these with Christmas designs for gifting.