No Hurry No Worry Sign

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We first heard the term “no hurry no worry” in Fiji. On island time, there is indeed no hurry at all. This easy vinyl transfer project can be stuck to a wall, mirror, plank of wood, whatever. No worries, man.

No hurry no worry sign

Nate whisked me off to Fiji on a parents-only vacation after my sister passed away. I saw Fiji in a magazine or something once and always imagined it as my “happy place,” so he figured that was his very best bet on planet earth to cheer me up. It really did help me find a sense of peace in that my happy place is now and actual place…complete with incredible memories of boating, swimming, and watching the sun set with my toes in the sand.

Nate took home a cannibal axe as a memento (true story) and I wanted a sign that said “No hurry, no worry.” For some reason there were none to be found on the islands, so I decided I'd make my own!

I used my Cricut die cut machine to get this project in action, and it was SO simple. I printed it out on vinyl and pressed it right onto a sanded old piece of wood I found laying around the farm. Easy peasy.

Printing our No Hurry sign

No hurry no worry die cut

Print the design onto vinyl following the directions in the Cricut Maker Project. Weed the extra vinyl away from the words and lay down some transfer tape, pressing the transfer tape down firmly to “pick up” the loose letters.

No hurry no worry sign DIY

Press the transfer tape down onto your surface, adhering the letters with the spatula tool before gently pulling the transfer tape piece away.

Woman holding no hurry sign by pool

Then you can use it as decor by the pool to invoke that Fiji vibe anywhere, anytime.

Woman holding sign and looking at dog

If you don't have a Cricut machine, you should totally get one, STAT! It is so much fun to be able to customize and create things at a drop of a hat. I wound up putting Velcro on the backside and stuck it up in our RV. There, it reminds me that I should kick back, relax and play with my pup more. Or snuggle with my babies and love on my husband every chance I get.

Because there really is no hurry.

And no worry.


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