Dollar Tree DIY Fall Wood Sign Porch Decor

Dollar Tree DIY Fall Wood Sign Porch Decor

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Dollar Tree DIY Fall Wood Sign Porch Decor | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Jay Munee DIY via YouTube

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If you’re looking for a wood sign porch, this Dollar Tree DIY by Jay Munee DIY shares a great tutorial on how to be creative if you’re on a budget. Fall time is almost here, so it’s about time to pull out the decorations. However, if you’re looking for new Fall decor, this would be great to recreate. This is a great way to be creative and be festive. I love the leaves on this porch sign because it adds a nice Fall pop to the sign. Plus, it’s inexpensive and can be purchased at Dollar Tree.

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Supplies:

  • satin acrylic paint
  • Dollar Tree pumpkin signs
  • Dollar Tree book cover
  • sanding sponge
  • paintbrush
  • 5-gallon paint stir sticks
  • wood glue
  • wood finish penetrating stain
  • Cricut machine or Phonto app
  • scraper tool
  • puffy foam brush
  • glue gun
  • drill
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • flat Phillips sheet metal screws
  • Dollar Tree garlands

Directions:

First, start off by watching Jay Munee DIY tutorial on YouTube on the full instructions to prepare everything for the porch wood sign. Use 6 stir sticks on the top and make they’re nicely aligned. Use wood glue to add the ruler sticks horizontally to the 6 stir sticks.

Use Paint Stir Sticks To Make Wood Sign - DIY Home Crafts
Image by Jay Munee DIY via YouTube

Next, after you continue to put the stir sticks together, use wood stain, or leave it with the natural color to finish off the wooden porch base. You’ll want to add a phrase, letters, and decorations to make the sign vibrant and fun.

How To Make Wood Sign Porch Decor - Dollar Tree Decor Dupes
Image by Jay Munee DIY via YouTube

Overall, this would be a great project to work on with me and my friends to get ready for the Fall season. I love this idea and it came out super pretty. She makes this project look so easy and simple. Plus, it’s a nice welcoming to add to the front porch.

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