It’s time for another theme week! This week’s theme…
I went live yesterday making a fun wooden sign for Eden’s room (which will be on the blog this week!) It’s the simplest little sign to make… so I wanted to write out the steps and share how it ended up looking!
Here’s what you’ll need…
- any wooden sign (mine came from Dollar Tree)
- wooden cactus (Mine is from PopShelf, but I’ve seen them at Dollar Tree!)
- Marsh Green and White paint from Apple Barrel
- scrapbook paper
- Mod Podge
- sanding block
Step 1: Take off the clip that came on your board. We won’t be needing it!
Step 2: Flip your scrapbook paper to the back. Trace out your board onto the frame to get the correct size of paper you will need! Cut out your tracing.
Step 3: Mod podge your cut out scrapbook paper onto your board. Sand down the edges to help make the paper look more seamless!
Step 4: Remove the base of the cactus, so the cactus lays flat. You will not need the base for this project!
Step 5: Mix together your Marsh Green and White paint. It creates the prettiest color green!
Step 6: paint your cactus completely. Once dry, use white paint to paint on some polka dots and highlights!
Step 7: hot glue your cactus onto your board.
Here’s how mine came out!!! This project cost me $2.25 to make… and will be the cutest addition to Eden’s bedroom!
If you want to WATCH the video tutorial of me making this cactus sign step-by-step, just click the button below!
Want to see more wooden sign projects?!? Here’s a few of my favorites! Just click on the image to go straight to it’s tutorial!