DIY Spring Printable Sign

For this project you will need:

~Surface of choice

~Antique white paint

~Mod Podge

~Spring printable-You can purchase the one I used HERE from my Etsy shop.

~Jute rope

~Buttons

The sign I am using for this project is one I found on clearance at Hobby Lobby. I always take a stroll down the clearance isle just in case I can find little signs like this to use for my crafts. I used a sanding block to sand off the a majority of the black letters.

I then painted the inside of the frame with my antique white paint to cover up the remaining black so it wouldn’t show through once I mod podged my printable down.

Next, I cut down my printable to fit inside the frame and used mod podge to adhere it to my surface.

I then took some jute rope and glued it around the inside of my frame to give it a more finished look.

Last but not least, I added brown buttons topped with smaller pink buttons in all four corners of my sign.

See how easy it is to make your own home decor without spending a fortune? Be sure to check out all of my printable bundles in my Etsy Shop HERE! They are so versatile and fun to craft with!

SPRING BARN WOOD SIGN

Do you have some extra barn wood laying around that your not sure what to do with? Here is a quick and easy idea to not only use up some of your old barn wood but to make some cute home d├ęcor as well!

Supplies you will need:
*Piece of barn wood or scrap wood

*S-P-R-I-N-G letters(I used the 4 in. letters from the Wal-mart craft section)

*Mint Berry cardstock from Hobby Lobby. This comes with 80 4.5in x 6.5in. sheets. You could also use single sheets of cardstock or scrapbook paper.

*Mod Podge

*Paint brush

*Scissors

*Hot glue gun- Here is my affiliate link for my cordless glue gun I use…and LOVE!

The first thing you will want to do is trace each letter onto your desired piece of card stock or scrapbook paper and then cut them out.

Once you have all of you letters traced and cut out you will then use the Mod Podge to glue the paper on the letters. After I have my paper glued on I like to paint a light coat over the top of the paper also to help seal the letter. Keep in mind the Mod Podge does try clear!

You are now ready to hot glue your letters on your piece of wood. You can position your letters vertical or horizontal on your board. I decided I liked my letters horizontally for this project.



That’s all there is to it! Super cute and easy enough, right?

XOXO,

Lacy

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