I have been wanting a welcome sign on my front door but I didn’t want it to cover my window all the way.
Perfect solution. I can still see out my window and I have a welcome sign!
This welcome sign was super easy to make.
You will need:
A frame, I found mine at a thrift store and I believe it was only $2
Welcome Lettering, You can buy it in my Etsy store here
Burlap and Lace
Hot glue gun
Once you have all your supplies I used spray paint to spray my welcome sign. I have found spray paint is the easiest to paint these word cutouts, as it gets in all the tight corners easiest.
After my spray paint dried I sanded my edges slightly.
Next you need to tie your bow.
I used 4 1/2 inch thick burlap that was 3 feet long
I first folded my burlap like this
And then I squished both sides of the center together to create my bow
To hold my bow in place I used a 2 inch thick piece of burlap in the center and hot glued it down in the back.
If you want to add lace like I did you would put it under the center piece of burlap before hot gluing it to the back.
Once my bow was made I laid everything out on my frame and once I had it where I liked it I hot glued it down.
Creating this super easy welcome sign!