Baby It's Cold Outside Wall Hanging

This month's Pinterest challenge was all about New Years and Winter.  I struggled for awhile to find a project idea.  I went searching on Pinterest for winter home décor, winter crafts, winter recipes, etc.   I loved the look of this winter living room/mantle scape and thought I could make a similar looking sign. 


Then I remembered I had this sign (that I bought at Michael's one day) in my collection of crafting supplies and I thought it would be perfect to use.



I had already downloaded a free SVG file when I was working on Christmas gifts (using this pin) and thought it would be perfect with an all white color scheme (and I removed the antlers). 

I sized the file to fit my sign and added in a few additional snowflakes to fill in empty spots.  I cut it out using my Cricut, some white iron-on vinyl, and my extra long cutting mat. 


I weeded my design and used my iron to iron the design onto the chalkboard.  It did get really hot quite fast so I had to work quickly. 





I just love how it turned out! 

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  1. This turned out great. I decorated a hot cocoa bar with this saying one year, so I love it :-)

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    1. Thank you! It's actually quite easy since the machine does most of the work.

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  3. Love it- came out so well- nice work!

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  4. Oh, I love it!! One of these days I'm going to have to break down and get a Cricut!

    Tania

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  5. I don’t have a Cricut, but I love seeing what can be made with them. Your sign turned out great! 🎄❤️🎄

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  6. Your sign looks awesome! The Cricut creates some very impressive items! I need to get one!

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  7. Oh this is just the cutest! Those fonts are perfect.

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    1. I'd love to take credit for the fonts but it was a free file I found.

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  8. I mean... it looks perfect!
    I still am in awe of the things you can make with a cricut

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  9. This is my favorite song so I am so in love with this! Great job sweet friend!

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    1. Mine too! I just love this song and how flirtatious it is.

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  10. That turned out great! I never would have thought of ironing vinyl on to a chalkboard surface!

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    1. I hadn't planned on ironing it on either but I had run out of plain white sticky back vinyl so I thought I'd give it a try.

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  11. Love your cute and pretty sign! I need to make one of these! Pinning!

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  12. Your wall hanging turned out great! I love those fonts and snowflakes!

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  13. 'Super duper cute! I'll be adding this adorable cut file to my library! Thank you! pinning and sharing on FB. -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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    1. So glad you like it! Thanks for pinning and sharing.

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  14. Oh, this is so pretty! One of my friends is a teacher and she invested in a Cricut so that she could use it to decorate her classroom bulletin board. Her creations are so beautiful. Have a very Blessed and beautiful Christmas! PS Sorry for the delete above--spelling error I caught too late

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    1. I hate when I find a spelling error after I've posted something! I wish they had an edit button.

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  15. That is just adorable! I've been thinking about getting a Cricut since I've had the crafting bug lately. I decided to see if its temporary or if it's going to stick.

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  16. What a lot of fun! I haven't tried HTV on chalkboard, but I don't know why it wouldn't work, I've seen people put it on wood. The end result is wonderful :) Stay warm!

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    1. I have used HTV on wood and that's what gave me the idea.

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    2. I like this cute sign you made Joanne. It's just perfect for the holidays and winter!

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  17. I absolutely love the way this turned out! Did you end up putting it on your mantle?

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    1. Not yet, I have a whole winter themed mantle in mind for after the holidays.

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    2. How did you iron it onto the board? Did you use an actual iron? Or the Cricut iron?

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    3. I use an actual iron as I have not bothered investing in the Cricut one yet.

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