Learning how to make wooden signs and handmade frames has saved money. In addition, I also get to customize my signs and frames.
I will be decorating the dessert table with these cute fabric pumpkins they are one of my favorite projects.
How to Make Wooden Signs
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After designing my Halloween sign I printed it out and taped the pieces together.
Supplies and Tools
I cut a rectangle out of plywood and sanded the front side. I wanted to use the same colors I used in my other Halloween signs so they all coordinated.
After painting the board I used a heat gun to quickly dry it.
To transfer the sign design I cut the print out down to the size of the sign.
Place the graphite paper with the transferring side against the paint.
Place the design over the graphite paper. Using a ballpoint pen trace the outline of the words. I added some painters tape to hold my design in place while tracing.
After I was happy with my transferred design using my paint pen I started filling in the stenciled lettering.
For the orange SWEET, I used the same orange paint I used in the other two Halloween signs.
DIY Picture Frames
More DIY Signs
I made these signs last year for Christmas and I made the same style frames.
These black and white 2 D wall art were a project my son did for an art class. I have them hanging in my laundry room.
This pretty DIY faux Moroccan tile sign was for our bathroom.
The to-do list blackboard with the DIY frame we made for our Command Center.
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