Rustic Wood "HOME" Sign With a Eucalyptus Wreath

4 Materials
$25
1 Hour
Easy
One of my Fall projects this year was to do a mini-makeover of my living room to give it some warmth and character. In my last post, I shared the DIY Weathered White Wood Plank wall that I put up. After the plank wall went up, we decided to hang the TV on the wall to give us more space in our living room. But, since the ceiling in that room is vaulted, I had to have something above the TV to add to the rustic charm and to avoid a large blank wood panel wall. I decided to create a DIY rustic wood HOME sign with a eucalyptus wreath for the letter “o”.
Here are the abbreviated instructions for how I created this sign, for full instructions and more pictures, please visit my blog via the link at the bottom of this post.

For the sign backing, I used leftover weathered wood planks from my laundry room wall project, cut them down to size, and attached the planks together.
Next, I painted the H, M, and E letters that I purchased from Hobby Lobby with white chalk paint.

While the paint was drying, I created the faux eucalyptus wreath using a grapevine wreath, faux eucalyptus, and floral wire (tutorial for that wreath to come in a future post).

I then attached the letters and the wreath to the wood backing.
Next, I hung the sign on the wall above my TV to add some farmhouse charm to my living room!

Suggested materials:

  • Weathered grey wood planks   (Home Depot)
  • MDF letters   (Hobby Lobby)
  • White Chalk Paint   (Hobby Lobby)
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