Christmas Tree Farm Sign

8 Materials
3 Hours

It started with an old pizza pan and turned into Christmas decor.

I started by spraying an old pizza pan white.

I got this cute truck light at the dollar tree.

I took it apart and just used the red truck piece.

To make it look like snow I took my chalk paint and dry brushed “snow” on.

I then took this black and white gingham checked material that I got from Big Lots and put it on the bottom portion of the tin.

I used E600 to adhere it on the back. I also cut slits as the material went around the tin to help it lay flat.

Then I took a wide piece of burlap and hot glued it to the material at the bottom to make it look like a road. This is the back side. I wanted to show this tool that I got at the Dollar Tree. I love this tool when using hot glue. It helps you press things down without burning your fingers on the glue!

Then I drilled to holes in the top to string ribbon through for hanging.

I used this black braided ribbon from WalMart.

I cut out this design from Design Space using my Cricut. If you don’t have a Cricut, you can use any stickers you would like to make the words or even paint them on if you are artistic, which I am not!

I didn’t think the design took up enough space so I had my Cricut cut out the words again this time using 2 different colored vinyls. I attached the truck on the “road” using hot glue.

I added a green grosgrain ribbon in the middle and a bow at the top and it’s ready to hang for Christmas decor.

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