DIY Reversible Sign
Hey guys, I’m back with another great fall craft! Remember when I made this DIY $3 Welcome Sign? Well I decided to add to the back of the sign to make this DIY Reversible Sign. I found the letters and the pumpkins from Target’s Dollar Spot.
The link for the letters and the pumpkins is provided below to Brickseek.com. You can check your local Targets inventory! Targets site currently does not have these letters in stock but you can keep checking! If you can’t find the “Thankful” letters or the pumpkins from the Dollar Spot, you can purchase the letters separately from Hobby Lobby or Michaels. If you own a Silhouette or Cricut, you can make the stencil yourself!
The size of the wood is 2×12 cut at 48 inches long and is stained with Dark Walnut. The width of the board has to be at least 8 inches because the letters measure 7 inches across. I painted the letters with a white acrylic paint. Again, you can use whatever you have on hand! This project is so easy and fun and can be made in a couple of hours!
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*These are the most similar stencils that I could find without it costing a fortune! These stencils are also 5ft long, so take that into consideration when cutting your wood.
**These are similar pumpkins.
You can see pictures of the original sign here.
Cut your wood to size, if you do not own a saw the guys at Lowe’s or Home Depot will cut it for you.
Stain the wood with wood stain, let the stain sit for 5 minutes before wiping off. If you want your wood lighter in color wipe it off faster, and if you want it darker, let it sit longer. I used paper towels to wipe the stain off, but you can use old shirts or rags.
Thankful Words DPCI Number: 234 02 1725
Pumpkin Stickers DPCI Number: 234 02 1725
After everything is dry, lay out your letters how you want it and attach the letters with hot glue. Once the letters are on, add the pumpkin stickers onto the board. I did choose to use hot glue to make sure they don’t fall off.
There are so many variations you can do with this, and it is so easily customizable to suit your taste! I would love to see what you guys come up with! As always, happy crafting!
If you love this just as much as I do, I would love for you to share this with your family and friends!
Make sure you check back soon for more great Dollar Spot and Dollar Tree Fall crafts! For Targets Dollar Spot items, click here: Target Dollar Spot For Fall 2019, Target Dollar Spot Halloween, Target Dollar Spot Fall 2019, and here: Target Dollar Spot Halloween 2019.
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