Last week I shared with you my easy shopping experience on ConsumerCrafts.com with this post on how to organize your craft before crafting it. Today I am going to share with you how I made the JOY Christmas Sign with this simple and easy tutorial. It doesn’t take long, and it’s such a pretty addition to the home.
JOY Christmas Sign
Here is a list of supplies you will need for this project:
I ordered the large paper mache letters because I really wanted them to stand out from the frame.
I took my letters outside to a well ventilated area I gave them a good coat of the gold paint. I love the quickness of this project!
Take the poster frame and turned the paper inside out to give you a solid white background. I then took a spoon to help open the little tabs that secure the back.
Once the letters were dry I attached them to the poster board with glue dots. You really don’t even need too many because the letters are super light.
After you have your letters attached to the board, hang it in your favorite spot.
This is such a pretty piece, and I love the way it looks finished. I also love the fact that it took me less than an hour, and that includes drying time!
Don’t you love it when simple crafts turn out to look just fabulous? I know I do! Have you been thinking of making your own holiday decor? It’s probably one of my favorite things to do. (Mostly because I made it, and second because I like to save money!)
What do you think about the final JOY Christmas sign? What a simple tutorial, and so pretty!
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