Easy Easter Sign

2 Materials
10 Minutes

There are so many pretty gift bags on display this time of year, I thought, wow, how great would one of those look on my front door? So I made a sign. Here's the super simple DIY.

I chose a bag from the dollar store. They have a variety to choose from, different sizes, shapes, colors and one for every holiday and occasion. I decided to go with something whimsical.

I started by painting my board ~ one that already had another paper bag sign for Christmas on the other side. I used regular white craft paint and a foam brush.

I cut the front of the bunny bag off and when the paint was fully dry, I glued it to the board using a hot glue gun.

To add a little interest to the sign, I trimmed the top and bottom with coordinating ribbons. I simply laid one over the other with hot glue.

I didn't need to add a hanger since the scroll on the wood caught the hook on my door. A bag, a board, a little ribbon and, voila, a springy welcome to my home!

Want to see another fun Easter project? Check out the banner I made with old envelopes and scrap yarn! So cute.

And if you'd like to see more tips and tricks to create your own gift bag sign, you can visit my site from the link below. Don't forget to sign up for my emails while you're there for more thrifty crafts and DIYs!

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