Learn how to make a gorgeous handmade lighted wood Christmas sign with a few simple supplies.
I am so excited to participate in the Handmade Holidays Blog Hop this year! If you ask anyone who knows me what my favorite thing is they will say crafts.
It doesn’t matter what kind-wreath making, stamping, wood-burning. I love them all! So I can’t wait to see all of the handmade holiday ideas shared in this blog hop.
I have a feeling I will be inspired to create handmade gifts for all of my friends and family and I bet you will too!
For this blog hop I made a DIY Lighted Christmas Sign. I’ll show you how easy it is to make!
Be sure to check out all of the links at the bottom of this post. You will have plenty of time to make handmade gifts for your friends and family. Plus, there is a great giveaway at the end of this post too and who doesn’t love a giveaway?
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DIY Lighted Wood Christmas Sign
The Wise Men stencil is one of my favorite Christmas images and the size was the perfect fit for the Framed Rustic Pallet from Walnut Hollow.
I love that the pallet is framed. It just gives it a more finished look.
As I wanted the natural color of the frame to be used for the stencil, I placed the vinyl pieces of the stencil down first and painted over it.
As I decorate in neutrals with pops of blue, I painted the frame with two coats of a rich deep blue. This also is a good color to represent the night sky.
While the piece was still wet, I used a tooth pick to remove the vinyl.
Then I used a small brush to fill in any spots that were light and also touched it up. Now to add the lights!
I used 35 ct mini lights and just taped them to the back of the frame. You are able to see them through the slats which is so cool!
I hope you enjoyed this post DIY Lighted Christmas Sign and will be inspired to make your own handmade gifts this Holiday Season. Don’t forget to take a look at all of the other creative handmade ideas below.
A special thank you to Smart Fun DIY, Walnut Hollow, HomeRight, and Scrapbook Adhesives for sponsoring this blog hop. Be sure to come back Thursday for even more handmade gift ideas.
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