It’s almost that time of year! That time of year when we start thinking about decorating our homes for Christmas! This year I made a DIY Christmas Sign to hang over our fireplace, and I’m going to share how I made it.
This JOY sign is a really quick and easy project, which is great for this busy season. I love it’s simplicity and great Christmas message.
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DIY Christmas Sign
Our sign is quite large, but you could use a smaller wreath and letters to make a smaller sign.
- Board background – I made ours, but I have seen them at our local Hobby Lobby
- Round wreath – ours is about 20″
- J and Y letters
- Spray paint in the color of your choice
- Command strips
- Either buy or build the background for your sign. I made ours out of our old deck boards. I cut 5 boards to the length I wanted, and then held them together by screwing two boards going the other direction to the back.
- Paint the letters in the color of your choice. The wreath that I picked is a boxwood wreath that came lightly spray painted in a glittery silver color, so I used a silver spray paint.
- Stick the Command Strips to the back side of the letters and wreath.
- Take the backing off of the Command Strips and place the wreath in the center of the sign. Press down to make sure the Command Strips are securely stuck to the sign and the wreath.
- Place the letters on either side of the wreath following the same directions as for the wreath.
You’re done! This is really a fast project, and I love how it turned out!
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