Inspired by a recent project my sweet friend Sarah Hearts created for her Meet & Make events I took a stab at a DIY mod podge wood sign. I’ve been eyeing the family established signs for awhile and couldn’t pull the trigger to purchase a print. I knew I could create something more unique and custom. Good thing I held out!
I’ve worked with mod podge a bazillion times and my most recent mod podge project was the DIY vintage initial letters. A personalized crafty project that family members request I make often. This one was even easier! I picked out floral paper because I knew I wanted that shabby chic slightly vintage vibe to coordinate with my home decor.
Ready to get to work and show off your family established sign?
Family Established Mod Podge Sign DIY
Supplies: Mod Podge, application brush, cardstock, cricut (or hand cut out letters) and a wood sign
Using a cricut/silhouette machine (or by hand) cut out the letters needed. Mod Podge the entire board before applying the letters. After placing the letters on the wood apply another coat of mod podge. Once all letters are on the board apply one final thin coat of mod podge over the entire board. Allow it to dry overnight. Embellish with flowers and hang with pride.
Make sure to check out the DIY video shared by Sarah Hearts.
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