Today I am blogging about my DIY Reversible Sign.
I am absolutely over the moon happy with the finished project!!
There are so many awesome things about this project, and I love that it’s cheap, easy and beautiful!!!
Because I had already had some of the supplies needed on hand, the total cost of this project was less than $10 out of my pocket.
I started with an old board that had been laying on the side of my sister’s house.
I don’t have a picture of the board before we started the project, but I took the picture below before we had made much progress.
My sister has a cricut, so we used that, but if you don’t have one, you can just print some letters on a computer printer or even free hand them.
Once we had the letters where we wanted them, we traced them onto the board with a marker.
The picture below shows what my Christmas sign looked like when I had finished painting it.
The “harvest” sign on the top of the board came from the Dollar Tree. It was actually part of another decoration, but I just cut it from the other decoration and glued it onto the board using some wood glue.
Below is a picture of the finished fall sign on my porch.
Click here to read my blog post on easy fall decorating ideas!!!
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