House Address Plaque

Susan Davia
by Susan Davia
5 Materials
30 Minutes
I wanted to create an address plaque for our home while keeping with our theme here. I needed to finally put the numbers back on the house so using some left over reclaimed lumber and a metal wall art I found at the thrift store I put one together that we are really happy with! I just used some screws and gorilla glue to put it all together.
The first thing I did was made sure to cut all the wooden boards to the same size so that I could put them together to create a plaque.
The metal wall art I found was for just 4 dollars at a thrift store!
Here are just some more supplies I used.
Once I cut the boards to the same size, I applied a small bead of gorilla glue between the boards to attach them. Then I placed the wall art in place and attached it with screws. I then attached the numbers and hung it on the wall outside our home.
There it is, perfect! We love how it turned out and works great!
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  • Marcia Johnson Marcia Johnson on Sep 08, 2018

    Did you use any other wood on the back to support the joining of the boards? Hard to believe Gorilla glue will hold all that weight. Maybe I am wrong. Thanks. I like the idea and want to be sure mine is successful.

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