Download this free Hello Sunshine SVG cut file to make your own projects for sunny days! Plus learn how easy it is to customize your own cute DIY lemon wreath. This post may contain affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you.
Since moving to the Pacific Northwest last year, my relationship to the sun has really changed. 😂 Living in Las Vegas for most of my life, I really took the sun for granted.
Now that I know how *special* a sunny day can really be, I am excited to share a cute, free, sunshine-inspired cut file with you all!
This hand lettered hello sunshine SVG is perfect for all kinds of summery craft projects! I used it to make a simple little wreath DIY that brings the sunshine to your front door even on cloudy days, but you could use this design for so many things.
I mean just look how cute that hello sunshine SVG is on a tank top:
First, I will walk you through the process of making my simple hello sunshine wreath DIY, and then you can grab the free cut file at the end of this post!
This wreath project adds a custom wood and vinyl sign to an existing wreath for a simple wreath upgrade! If you are new to working with vinyl, be sure to check out my beginner’s guide to craft vinyl right HERE.
How to Make a Hello Sunshine Lemon Wreath
Make a summery lemon wreath using this free hello sunshine SVG!
- Lemon Wreath OR faux lemons and a simple wreath
- Unfinished Wood Plank or Wood Sign
- White Adhesive Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- My Hello Sunshine Design (download from the link at the end of this post)
- Cricut, Silhouette, or other Cutting Machine
- Hand Saw and Sand Paper
- Weeding Hook
- Hot Glue Gun
- If needed, cut down the wood plank to fit across the center of the wreath. Smooth down any rough edges with sand paper.
- Next up, we will make the decal for the sign. Download the free cut file from the link at the end of this post, and then, use your Silhouette or Cricut to cut the design from adhesive vinyl. (You can also apply heat transfer or iron-on vinyl to wood, which you can read more about here.)
- After the design is cut, remove the excess vinyl from around the design, and then use transfer tape to pick the design up from the paper packing and apply it to wood surface.
- Next, use your hot glue gun to attach the corners of the finished sign to the wreath. Hold it in place for a minute or two as the glue dries.
- Wrap a short piece of ribbon around the top of the wreath and glue in place with hot glue. Then tie a bow in a second piece of ribbon and glue it in place onto the front of the wrapped ribbon. You can glue the tails of the ribbon in place along the wreath as well to keep it looking pretty.
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And that’s it! What do you think of the finished wreath?
I love how this design looks on my little lemon wreath project, but it can work great for lots of different projects! You can snag the free cut files below.
Free Hello Sunshine SVG Cut File
Before grabbing your freebie, I would love it if you pinned the image above to a favorite Pinterest board. Spreading the word about our free SVG files helps to keep them free! 🙂
Please Note: This file is free for personal use only (making things for yourself or as gifts). If you would like to use these designs for products you make and sell, you can purchase a limited commercial use license in my shop HERE.
When you click the link below, you will get a ZIP file containing SVG, DXF, EPS, and PNG versions of the baby feet cut files. You will need to unzip the file before opening the individual files in your cutting machine software.
Get the Free Hello Sunshine SVG
Note for Silhouette Users: Remember that you need the Designer Edition of Silhouette Studio to open SVG files! You can open the DXF and PNG versions of the design with the basic edition of Silhouette Studio. Read more about working with different file types and your Silhouette.
That’s it for today! If you make anything using this cut file, I would love to see it! You can share to my facebook page or tag me on instagram or twitter (@persialou).
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