DIY Christmas sign
Hi there friends! Today’s project is a quickie. It will however, give you some ideas of your own and how to make some Christmas signs. Keep in mind you can use any size, or shape wooden board. I happened to pick this mini round one up at Walmart.
I had the cute napkins in my supply arsenal from my last wooden Dollar Tree snowflake ornament craft HERE. I have made many of signs here in the past. Some with napkins HERE, some just with Stencils HERE. All fun and simple.
I cut the napkin ti size and then filled in the gaps with fabric.
First you paint the board with a light coat of Mod Podge, adhere the napkin, and smooth out gently with your finger. Then cut the fabric to size, and fill in the gaps of the board showing. Same, process. How easy is that?
You could hang your sign, or as shown here simply leaned against the wall to go along with our other fun decor. The table you see here is called a Salton table. It is vintage, and it does work! We love this cool little find and it fits perfectly within our style at the Condo HERE,
The beer crate and two empty bottles also have a sweet sentiment.
Trappist beer is one of the BEST beers in the world, like literally known as the best beer in the world made in Belgium.
This past summer both our boys had big graduations. One from College, the other from High School. We never gave the boys parties for these milestones. Instead we chose to create memories and go on a family vacation. We took the boys to Aruba. It truly was a magical family experience. Here is where Mike and our oldest together, tried the Tappist beer. Can you believe for ONE, it was $30.00? As you can see, they had only ONE HA!
When we sat down for Dinner, I decided I needed to try it, and ordered another one. Little did we know that the bartender was so kind, thoughtful and clearly he too was enjoying the moment of watching our family time and experience. He then came out with the crate that the beer is imported in. He handed it to Mike and said, I want you to have this. Come to find out he was not only the bartendar but the owner of the establishment. WHOOOOOOOOAAA! I can’t tell you the expression on my husbands and boys faces. PURE, shock and awe. It was worth every penny! And just look at those handsome men smiles:) I sure miss those two rascals!
We found the perfect home for the crate, and saved the bottles and even the caps. Apparently they are worth something on e-Bay:). Not that we care because we will never sell them.
So that’s my story of the beer, the crate and my little diy Christmas sign.