I have been wanting to make myself one of these wall hangings for quite awhile now, and finally decided that it was time when I missed wishing a family member happy birthday. I've given a brief outline on how I did my project, as well as the supplies I used, down below.
I used a piece of 1x6 white pine cut down to 21" length for the sign itself, sanded and stained it using a weathered grey. I let that sit overnight and then applied my vinyl (I contemplated doing it as a stencil but I wanted to hurry and get it finished so decided on vinyl). Next I added 12 eye hooks to the bottom edge of the sign to attach the hanging circles to. I then cut my circles at 1.5" using lightweight chipboard that I picked up from Michael's in the loose paper section....the size of your circles will depend on the length that you make your sign....if you make a shorter sign you will want to use smaller circles so that they don't overlap when hanging. After I had all of my chipboard circles cut I went to work typing out all of the names and attached them to 1.5" circles and had the Cricut write the names on cardstock, I also cut some blank circles out of the same cardstock for the reverse sides....I hand wrote the dates on the reverse. I glued the cardstock circles to the chipboard circles and then used my leather punch to punch holes at the top and bottom of each completed circle. And then the tedious part of attaching it all together using jump rings!
Cricut Premium Vinyl (white and blue-green) : http://shrsl.com/1dqvh
Cricut Cardstock (gray and teal): http://shrsl.com/sll6
Cricut Black Fine Point Pen: http://shrsl.com/1dqw6
Eye Hooks: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hillman-Steel-Screw-Eye-Hook/3034850
Jump Rings: https://amzn.to/2VIGJ8u
Leather Punch: https://amzn.to/2RG4miU
This is an SVG only file so there is no direct link to a Cricut Design Space project. You can download the SVG file here.