Let’s make a welcome wreath for your front door! My sweet cousin is getting married and changing her last name. Yay! So I thought it would be fun to make her a wreath for her new front door!
In addition to this cute front door wreath, I designed four versions of this Free SVG: Welcome, Welcome Home, Home Sweet Home, and Welcome To Our Blessed Nest. For the designs that have numbers, I included the entire set, 0-9.
Supplies To Make Welcome Wreath
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
- Standard Mat
- Glitter Iron-On
- Wooden Embroidery/Quilting Hoop, 18″
- EasyPress 2
- Mat for EasyPress 2
- Self-healing Cutting Mat
- Rotary Blade
- Clear Acrylic Ruler
- Glue Gun, low temp
- Weeding Tool
- Welcome SVGs (below)
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Grab all the supplies you need to make this darling Welcome Wreath!
Video – How To Make A Wreath With Cricut Maker
Making this cute Welcome Home wreath is pretty simple and I made a quick video to walk you through it!
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Download Free Home Sweet Home Cut File Set
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More Cricut Crafts
- How To Make A Reverse Canvas with Praise God SVG
- How To Make A Wedding Cake Topper with Cricut Knife Blade
- How To Make A T-Shirt with Cricut Maker
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, create and celebrate!
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Make A Welcome Wreath For Your Front Door + 4 FREE SVGs seen first on The Celebration Shoppe with Kim Byers