The Perfect Kids Bathroom Sign | Cricut Design Space Tutorial

4 Materials
30 Minutes

I love creating all different types of signs. And I think one of my favorites is this adorable Kids Bathroom Sign.

I came up with this idea after seeing a similar bathroom sign on Pinterest. I just put my own spin on it.

Step 1.

  • Create the design using Design Space.
  • Watch the video for the full step-by-step tutorial for this project.
  • If you don't have a cutting machine and are interested in making this for your kid's bathroom CLICK HERE.

Step 2.

  • Cut and weed the vinyl cut out.
  • Apply the transfer paper.

Step 3.

  • Apply the vinyl design to your wood.

Step 4.

  • Apply heat to the vinyl.
  • I use my iron to help secure the vinyl and to help melt the vinyl into the cracks and crevices of the wood giving the vinyl more of a painted look.
  • I do this with all my wood and vinyl projects.

Step 5.

  • Apply Mod Podge to the design to seal it and give it a finished look.


I think this little kid's bathroom sign is adorable.

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