Monday, October 15, 2012
Day 15 - Small beach signs
It’s the last day of the beach segment of my 31 days of making wood signs!
Today, I’m going to show you the small beach signs/blocks/ornaments that I’ve made!
I had a really rough scrap piece of wood that I bought on the scrap cart at Home Depot! I thought some really small hanging signs would look good made out of this wood!
Here’s a look at all the different ones I made….
And a better look at just the beachy ones!
(Totally looks like these are on sand, huh?! It’s my driveway! Ha!)
The hubby bought a circular saw for Christmas, but I made these before then, so I had my dad help me out! I painted the boards the letter color, he cut them, I drilled the holes.
Later I added my stencils I cut, spray painted over the letters and removed them to reveal the words beneath, then strung them up with jute twine.
I used a lot of these on my Christmas tree last year, and sent several to my best friend!
I also made these beachy blocks that are perfect for setting on a shelf.
And awhile back I posted on making these beachy letter blocks, if you want to check them out!
Well, that wraps up beach weekend!! Lots more great sign ideas to come though!
Check out the rest of my 31 days of making signs series here:
How to make signs:
Day 1- Where to find wood
Day 2- Gathering your supplies
Day 3- Making signs using your own stencils
Day 4- Making signs using pre-made stencils
Day 5- Making signs with stickers
Day 6- Making signs free-handed
Day 7- Making signs with stamps
Day 8- Making signs with transfers
Day 9- Print a sign
Day 10- Making signs with cutouts
Day 11- Recap- 8+ ways to make signs
Day 12- Beach Subway Art
Day 13- All You Need is Love and the Beach
Day 14 - More Beach Signs
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