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DIY Easter Sign

I always love being able to incorporate signs into my crafting and decorating. You can always do so much with them and they are usually fairly easy to make. With Easter right around the corner and it being such a colorful holiday with the eggs and all, I figured why not throw together a cute sign. Follow along with me for a DIY Easter Sign.

Supplies:

WIndow Clings- Christmas Tree Shop

Wooden Sign- Dollar Tree

Happy Easter Cut Out- Hobby Lobby

White Paint

Pink Paint

Glitter Paint

Mod Podge

Ribbon

Hot Glue

First I started by covering my wooden sign with the white paint. Make sure to completely cover, this could take a couple coats.

While the paint on the wooden sign was drying, I grabbed my Happy Easter sign and covered that in pink paint. Again this could take a couple coats and make sure to cover completely.

Next after the paint on the wooden sign was dry, I added my window clings to the sign. I went over the window clings with a layer of Mod Podge, this seals the clings onto the sign so nothing can happen to them.

After the Mod Podge dries, add a layer of Glitter Paint over the entire sign.

Once your glitter paint has dried, you are going to attach your Happy Easter cut out to the wooden sign. You will use your hot glue for this step.

Finally add your ribbon through the holes at the top of your wooden sign. With this final step your project is complete.

This sign came out so super cute and I really enjoyed making it. It would be a great craft to do with the kids, and you can mix and match any window clings you’d like. Do you think you will make a DIY Easter Sign?

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