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Supplies for a St. Patrick’s Day sign:
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Stain the Wood Frame
First tape off the main part of the sign with painter’s tape so that you can stain the frame.
Create Stripes on the Sign
Once the stain is dry, it’s time to tape off the first set of stripes.
I like to use quick or easy release painter’s tape for this. It never gives me a problem with ripping off the first layer of paint.
Tape off the stained edges of the wood frame, then place a stripe at the top of the sign.
Paint the First Stripes
Use the celery chalk paint to paint between the stripes of painter’s tape. I used two coats to cover well.
Add a Second Row of Stripes
When the first color of paint is dry, remove the painter’s tape. Next, tape over the first stripes that you painted with the celery chalk paint. If you have easy release tape it won’t remove them. Smooth the tape down to make sure the next color doesn’t seep under it.
Download & print the St. Patrick’s Day design.
I created a simple design for this St. Patrick’s Day design. Since the holiday is all about luck, I thought I’d let everyone know that I’m lucky to be blessed by God!
Download and print the design, making sure to change the orientation to landscape before doing so.
Prep the design to be placed on the St. Patrick’s Day sign.
Turn the paper with the design over and scribble all over the back with a pencil. You only need to cover the areas with the letters and shapes.
Paint design on the St. Patrick’s Day sign.
Use your paint pen to fill in the design that’s left on the sign. If you have a gold pen, I would use that, but if all you can find is black like me, that works too.
That’s it! Your St. Patrick’s Day sign is ready to display!
How easy is it to make your own DIY sign?! You can customize it to your liking and make your own sign for any occasion.
Right now my Valentine’s decor is still up, so I had to just take a few pictures of my sign in my craft room. I’ll try to update this post with some styled pictures once I put the V-day decor away. Remember this is a blog hop, so keep reading to see the projects the other bloggers are sharing.
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