Diy Beach Sign
It’s a little out of season for this diy beach sign, but when I ran across the pretty little starfish ornament while shopping for Christmas sprigs and ornaments for a custom wreath that I’m making for a fellow employee I had to buy it.
So of course since I bought it I had to make something and I have been wanting to make something beachy. So I chose to made this quick and easy wood beach sign. The sign was made from an old wood seat from a swing.
Start off by dry brushing a light coat of your turquoise paint. Don’t cover old wood completely, let the wood show through.
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When you get done your sign should look something like this with some color but with the aged wood showing through as well.
Now add your lettering with your stencils and white acrylic paint.
I didn’t have any thick rope so I used four strands of thinner rope.
I tied knots in it every few inches to keep the strands together.
Then I ran the rope through each end of the swing seat turned Beach Sign and knotted, and trimmed excess rope.
I hung the starfish ornament from a piece of jute attached to one of the rope knots to hold it in place.
That’s it for this easy diy Beach Sign. Ready to hang Next Year (-;
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Do you stick to the seasons when making things, or do you just make whatever your heart desires?