This DIY Fall Pallet Wooden Sign only takes a few supplies and can be made in less than an hour!
I love fall.
and of course allll the fall decorations.
I got the cutest black and white checked placemats from Walmart this year, and I absolutely LOVE them. And while I was at Aldi getting groceries, I happened to find their “Crisp Weather” soy-based candle, which I love equally as much as the placemats. 😛
I had some lovely pallet wood laying around that I was dying to do something with, so I came up with this really easy farmhouse style sign for my front door.
You can hang it on your wall or front door like I did, or put it on an entry table, mantle, etc.
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Here’s the supplies I used:
- pallet wood – 3 slats about 16 inches
- navy blue and white acrylic craft paint
- “grateful” word – from Hobby Lobby
- 2.5 inch wide wired ribbon – 3 pieces: 16″, 12″, and 4″
- assorted faux flowers – from Hobby Lobby when they were 50% off
And a basic summary of the video:
- Connect your 3 pieces of pallet wood. You can use wood glue, or use a couple slats nailed in the back, as pictured below.
- Dry brush the sign with white paint.
- Paint the “grateful” word with the navy paint.
- Make the bows, as shown in the video, with hot glue.
- Arrange the flowers and connect to the sign with hot glue.
- Hot glue the now-dry “grateful” word to the sign.
- Can you tell I like hot glue?
- If you want to hang it on your door or a wall, attach a wire hanger in the back. If you want to place it on your mantle, entry table, etc, you won’t have to do this.
- Make yourself some Pumpkin Streusel Maple Bars or the easiest Apple Caramel Cinnamon Rolls ever, and enjoy all the fall around you. 😀