I have been told my whole life that I am very Irish, and I truly embraced (what I believed was) my heritage. Recently, however, I learned I have very little Irish ancestry. We discovered that I am primarily Scottish. It’s weird to be disappointed by that knowledge, but I am a little bit. None the less, I will still celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, and this cute DIY St. Patrick’s Day Sign will find a home in my new she shed.
St. Paddy’s Day Cut Files
This Simple DIY St. Patrick’s Day Sign is in my entryway, and I still love it so much!
My family is not particularly tall. My great grandmother was about 4’10” on a tall day, her daughter was just at 5′. And, my mom is about 5′, and I am only slightly taller at 5’4″. So, this funny Free St. Patrick’s Day SVG File is totally fitting for my family.
Make a DIY St. Patrick’s Day Sign
This little sign was super easy and fun to make. Especially since I had everything I needed at home already to make it! If you need to purchase some supplies, check out my Amazon Shop, or click the links below to be taken directly to the supplies you need.
- Celtic Knot Clover SVG – use the code CELTICCLOVER to download it FREE
- EasyPress Mini
- Blank Sign
More St. Pat’s Cut Files
Lucky you, my blog friends have also created some adorable shamrock SVG files too!