How to Make a Welcome Sign

August 4, 2015

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This week I’m making a welcome sign for your house. I used 3/4″ birch plywood to create the sign and the moose. The great part about this project is it can stay up all year round and all you have to do is swap out the bottom part of the sign for each season or holiday. A Jack-O-Lantern would be great for Halloween and a snowman would be nice for Christmas! I used a red-tinted stain for the top and a dark brown stain for the moose. However, you could easily paint this project and it would look just as nice. I really like the way this project came out and I think the twine adds a nice touch with the moose.

Viewer Recommended Tip: Russ Veinot recommends embedding a magnet in the back to keep the sign from slamming against the door every time it’s opened.

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