Christmas Camper Dollar Store Pallet Wood Sign

Our Crafty Mom
by Our Crafty Mom
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30 Minutes
I LOVE thrift store shopping and finding inexpensive ways to decorate on a budget. So I am really excited to share my Dollar Store Christmas Camper Pallet Wood Sign. Here is what I started with:

Dollar Store Holiday Gift Bag
Mod Podge-link below
Pallet Wood or Scrap Wood Sign
My Dad makes these scrap pallet wood bases for me. He cuts to size for whatever I need. I painted this with a white wash finish.
The Dollar Store has the cutest gift bags. I found several and made different wood signs. This camper is one of my favorites. Christmas campers are so popular right now.
Cut the gift bag into three pieces to fit on the pallet wood and add ModPodge to both the pallet and the back of the gift bag and adhere it to the wood. Then I seal the top with an additional coat of Mod Podge. 
See how easy that was? Now as the pallet wood was free and the gift bag was $1, this entire project cost a whopping $3 to make with the cost of 1/4 bottle of Mod Podge. You can’t beat that!  For even more thrift store projects and home decorating ideas visit
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