This quick and easy Christmas sign tutorial will inspire you to create your own sign for Christmas.
Deck the Home with a Christmas Wood Sign
It’s Deck the Home time! Woot Woot!
I can’t believe this is week 3 already!!
I’m really loving creating something new every week for Christmas.
It’s time to reveal this week’s theme: Holiday Wood Signs!
At the bottom of this post, you’ll find a collection of DIY Holiday wood signs that will help inspire you to DIY this Holiday season.
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How to make a quick and easy Christmas sign
- Wood plaque (My was 6.5″ x 16″.)
- Tree embellishments (Or anything flat like an ornament, wood slice, wood cut outs, etc.)
- Wooden letters
- Decoupage glue
- Wax paper
- Paint brush
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Apply decoupage glue with a paint brush onto the wood letters.
Step 2: Put glitter on a piece of wax paper.
Step 3: Dip the wood letters onto the glitter.
P.S. I like to work over wax paper when using glitter because I can easily fold it in half and slide the left over glitter back into it’s container.
Step 4: Flip the wood letters and let them dry.
Step 5: Apply a top coat of decoupage glue over the glittered wood letters. Let dry.
Step 6: Attach the wood letters on the center of the tree embellishments with hot glue.
Step 7: Arrange the trees centered on the wood plaque and hot glue them on the plaque.
Christmas Tree Birch Noel Sign
Doesn’t it look great? And it’s so simple, right?
It demonstrates how easy it is to make a Christmas sign. You just need to find something you want to display and add letters to it. Easy as 1-2-3.
DIY Christmas Wood Signs
Are you ready to see everyone’s Holiday wood signs?
Goodness so many pretty Holiday signs!! I’m going to try and make a couple of them!
Do you have one you would like to try and make too?
Did you notice my Christmas tree wood lantern in the background? I should have turned the lights on before taking my photos. Oh well!
Oh, and if you find the birch trees look familiar, it’s because I made birch tree Christmas decorations last year with them.
In that same post, I mentioned that if you can’t find birch shaped ornaments, you can also buy birch scrapbook paper instead. You just have to cut it out in the shape you want. You can even make birch stars instead.
Now if you have more time to create a sign, a few years ago my Mom painted a Merry Christmas sign with hanging ornaments. It’s absolutely stunning!
I hope I have encouraged you to create your own Christmas wood sign!
Have a great day my friends!