Need to add some cute Easter decor to your home? Well you have found the right place! This is super easy, anyone can do it (even me). I am not the very craftiest girl, so when I think of something that takes little creativity, I am all about it. Plus, this turned out so cute!
Step 1: I had left-over wood lying around from my Pallet Sign Post , but most of the pieces weren't large enough to make more full-sized pallet signs. So I decided to make some mini pallet signs! For tips on taking apart a pallet and building your signs, be sure to check out my earlier post.
Step 2: Find a print that you want to use. I knew I wanted an egg and a chick so Devin graciously made a printable for me to print out on card stock and use.
Here is the egg stencil to print.
Here is the peep stencil to print.
Step 3: Cut out and tape your stencil onto the wood. Make sure it's centered before painting. Paint and let dry before moving on and adding detail.
Step 4: After the paint has dried, touch up any mistakes that you may have made and, if you like, add some distressing by lightly going over the paint with sandpaper.
Step 5: Pick a phrase to add to your sign. I always write my lettering with pencil first, so I can get it centered and spelled correctly, and then go over it with my paint.
See! Look how simple that was! I hope you like my new Easter Decor! Let me know if you have any questions and I would love to see your finished products!