It is so fun to make your own home décor and I love making signs. This wood sign is such an easy way to bring a lot of style into your home without spending a fortune.
This sign takes a few shortcuts that make putting this together easy and doable for everyone. You don’t need any power tools except for a paint sprayer! But it looks just as good as anything you can buy at a boutique or off of Etsy!
There are many ways to complete this sign and I share a few other options on my blog HERE.
But for this sign, I enjoyed taking a few shortcuts.
They trick to this sign is finding the right products at the store to make this super simple. I found a cute wood frame and wood letters all ready to go at the craft store. This saved me so much time and all I needed to do was paint the wood and assemble it together. Easy enough for anyone to do!
If you are wondering why I choose to use this HomeRight Paint Sprayer, check out my blog post HERE to learn more about all the amazing things it can do!
How to Make a Custom Wood Sign:
1. Begin by using painters tape to tape off your pre-made frame. I decided to leave the outside frame part stained and paint the inside part solid white.
2. Then I stirred my white paint and poured it into my HomeRight Finish Max Super Paint Sprayer. I selected the right nozzle for my paint (green) and put it on my sprayer.
3. I set up my medium Spray Shelter and put a drop cloth in the bottom.
4. Next, I used the paint sprayer to paint the middle portion of the frame.
5. Then I cleaned the paint sprayer out and put black paint in it.
6. I laid my thankful letters down on the drop cloth and sprayed it with black paint. I was careful to paint every side of the letters.
7. After everything dried, I used wood glue to attach the wood letters to the frame.
8. When the wood glue is fully set, it is ready to hang up!
I love how easy it is to create beautiful signs for my own home! And I love that I can save money when I make them myself instead of buying them!
This sponsored post was created by Simply Designing. Head to the blog for the full post and details about this project.