Metal Farmhouse Sign Idea

Jamela Payne
by Jamela Payne
7 Materials
20 Minutes

I had some time on my hands lately so I decided to make a fun DIY metal farmhouse sign to add to my entryway. Super simple and really fun to make, I just pulled together some leftover craft supplies I had and made, well, a cute sign! Seriously, I just kind of dug around and found a leftover sign from Christmas, some flowers I had from another project and some paint I made a cute DIY farmhouse wreath with and magic happened.

Gather your supplies.

With a ruler, mark two holes, equidistant from each other and the edge of the top side of the wood sign then poke holes in those locations with the scissors.

Paint the sign and arrows and allow the paint to dry completely.

With the marker and ruler, draw lines horizontally across the sign to make it look like planks.

Hot glue the brads onto the front of the metal sign and then with the craft glue, affix the metal sign to the center of the sign.

Roll two handful sized balls of Spanish moss and hot glue them to either side of the metal sign.

Hot glue little flowers peeking out from the Spanish moss.

Affix the arrows above and below the metal sign then thread the rope through the holes you made in the sign on step 1 and tie them tight before hanging on the wall.

Resources for this project:
14” x 9” plank style sign. Any seasonal sign will work
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