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How to Make Wooden Signs! – Using Various Techniques


Cheap & Easy Farmhouse Wood Signs – If you love making your own home decor, how about learning how to make wooden signs with sayings using various do-it-yourself techniques.

If you love making your own home decor, how about learning how to make wooden signs with sayings using various do-it-yourself techniques.



Do you love the signs you see on Fixer Upper and all over Hobby Lobby these days?

Did you know you can make your own?

You all know I love a good do-it-yourself project and some of the most recent ones I have created have been wooden signs with sayings.

Although I have used several different methods myself there are lots of ways you can do this and I have rounded up some of my favorite tutorials.

Learn how to make wooden signs easily with these different techniques.

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Not sure about following printed steps? Looking for a video tutorial?

Here are some really great video tutorials for creating wooden signs with sayings as well.



Pro Tip: If you can’t find the right-sized piece of salvaged wood, buy a new one, paint it, then distress it by sanding and banging it up with hand tools.


Here are some tools and supplies you might need for the job!

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Mona Wick

Thursday 6th of July 2017

We stapled strong woven ribbons to the back of the pallet wood, then hung a zigzag hanger on the top board.

Pat

Monday 22nd of May 2017

Do you use pallet wood?

Melissa

Tuesday 23rd of May 2017

You definitely could Pat.

Stacy

Tuesday 27th of September 2016

Hi melissa, I have a question I'm trying to make a sign for my grandma and Im using pallet boards how do I keep the board's together, what did you use.. is it a type of bracket or glue lol.. need help thanks

Stacy

Melissa Coleman

Wednesday 28th of September 2016

Stacy,

Your best option is using firring strips on the back, one on each side and one in the middle. Attach them using either nails or a brad nailer if you have one.

Thanks, Melissa

Wendy

Thursday 15th of September 2016

Question- on the one sign that you used vinyl, you said you used modge podge.... Why did you use that? Does it help keep the paint from going under the vinyl??

Melissa Coleman

Monday 19th of September 2016

Hey Wendy,

This is House of Hepworth's design, yes that is what she used it for so that the paint wouldn't seep under the vinyl.