As some of you might know, my husband and I are now homeowners, so I’ve been more compelled to decorate. There’s no one to tell me I can’t put holes in my walls or paint them fun colors. Why not, then?
One of my latest projects is this cute farmhouse style home sign. This is a multi-season one. Every spring, fall, winter and summer I can swap out the bow for a different one, making it just as festive as the previous season. I like those kinds of decorations because I don’t have to find storage space for them.
Want to make your own? Follow the tutorial below.
Farmhouse sign decor supplies
- paint brush
- paper towl
- hot glue & gun
- wood home piece
- wooden palette plaque
I also got the small home wood piece at Michael’s but couldn’t find the link for it. You can find it in the wood section.
Step 1: paint wooden home piece
Choose a multi-seasonal color, like yellow, and paint your wooden home piece.
Yellow is great because it works with spring, summer and fall. I might have to stretch it a bit for winter but I’m sure I can make it work.
Step 2: glue home onto your sign
Now, hot glue home onto the palette sign.
Step 2: tie the bow
I tied four bows and glued them together to make the bow in the picture above. I also used two different colors of ribbon to spice it up a bit.
Choose a corner and hot glue your ribbon onto your sign.
Hang it and you’re done! Home sweet home 🙂
I’d love to hear your thoughts. Please leave them in the comments