I don’t know about you guys, but I love Fixer Upper. I’m always impressed by what Joanna puts together and I always love seeing the final product.
Have you ever visited the Magnolia Market website? There are so many things on there I’d love to buy, but we are trying to save money AND live with less.
I’ve recently been coveting this bakery sign:
I was set to order one but then noticed the pile of scrap wood in my garage. I instantly knew I could DIY one of these signs.
I created the letters in a font type and size I liked, printed them out and cut them out. Then, I painted the board white and traced the letters.
I then filled them in, taking care to make the letters look a little aged to add to the sign’s rustic charm.
I then attached a hanger to the back and displayed it in my dining room.
What Magnolia/Fixer Upper style craft have you completed lately?
3 responses to “Create a Fixer Upper style sign…for cheap!”
This is adorable & what a great DIY for the home. I will be featuring this in my 16 Stylish DIY Home Decor Ideas at Merry Monday on Sunday at 6 pm pst. Hope to see you at the party!
Thank you so much for featuring me, and for leaving such a sweet comment. Have a wonderful day!
I love participating in Merry Mondays each week. I’ve found so many great ideas there. Thanks for hosting it each week!
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