Can you believe it’s almost July? Time is just flying lately! I got my tiered tray all decorated for the season, and I need to pull out my red, white, and blue window clings. To complete the festive look, I made this cute sign for my coat closet door!
Now, I made this whole project on our private Craftin’ Mamas Facebook group. If you aren’t part of the group make sure you request to join and then you can watch the video here.
- Stove burner cover from Dollar Tree (big one from two pack)
- spray paint
- faux flowers and greenery
- hot glue
- glue stick
- my free SVG cut file
Take the large stove burner cover and spray paint it your desired color. You will need to use spray paint for this project. I tried using acrylic paint at first and it slid right off the slippery metal surface. While your paint is drying, cut out all of your cardstock pieces. I used my Cricut for this process and glued the different colors together with a glue stick. If you don’t have a Cricut you can simply print the image and cut with scissors. Once all your paper pieces are assembled attach them with hot glue to your sign. Leaving a large space at the top for flowers.
I then took some thin ribbon and hot glued it around the edge of the sign. I used America Crafts Premium Ribbon. If you don’t like the ribbon look, you could also use twine, or simply paint the edges a different color like I did on this lemonade pizza pan sign.
Cut the stems of your flowers off using wire cutters and glue to the top. I used faux daisies from Walmart and completed the look with some faux greenery. Hot blue a ribbon to hang it from and you are set!
Looking for some more fun patriotic crafts? Click this post to see last year’s free SVGs. Do you have any fun plans for the fourth of July? Let me know it the comments! Happy Craftin’!