Easy Porch Sign

2 Materials
6 Hours

One of my favorite things about spring is planting different pretty flowers and refreshing our porches! I decided this year to make a WELCOME sign for our front porch.

I was initially going to use some left over plywood for my sign, but in typical Danya fashion I didn’t measure first so it was WAY too small!

Then I remembered I had purchased an awesome piece of wood at Vintage Market Days that would be perfect for the sign.

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Items needed:

  • 6’ x 12” board
  • 9” letters from hobby lobby
  • E6000
  • Paint
  • Tape measure

This is seriously such an easy project!!

I started by painting my letters black and then let them dry.

See my first choice for the wood to use 😂!

I then measured the center of the sign and the center of the letters and used the E6000 to glue the letters down. Just apply the glue to the back of the letter and then press the letter firmly to the sign.

Be sure to let them sit for 6+ hours. I tried to stand it up too soon and my letters started shifting. Oops!

That’s it! Once dry just stand your sign up and enjoy. Told you it was super easy!

As always thank you so much for stopping by!!

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