We are back with a Holiday Edition of Craft Lightning hosted by The Country Chic Cottage, 30 Minute Crafts and Mad In Crafts. Craft Lightning is where bloggers come together to share easy and quick craft ideas that take less than 15 minutes to create. Be sure to check out the host’s blogs all week to find even more quick and easy holiday inspiration!
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For today’s project I wanted to use some leftover scrap wood to make a DIY Holiday Sign. I was inspired by a sign I saw at the craft store.
DIY Wood Holiday Sign
Scrap Wood 1 x 4 & 1 x 3
1″ Wood Screws
DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint, 2-Ounce, Prussian Blue
Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Marker, Medium Point, White, 1-Count
Tulip Bulk Bundle Dimensional Fabric Paint 4 Oz Glitter Silver 3 Pack,Silver
I cut out a star 4 x 4 with copy paper and attached it to the board with adhesive spray in the lower corner. Then I painted the board with two coats of acrylic paint.
Once it dried, I removed the star.
I used chalk to write O Holy Night free hand as I wanted it to have that script look and then traced over it with the sharpie. However, I wasn’t happy with how it looked so I used the silver glitter to give it some dimension.
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