Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Easy fall season to sign be done in Three steps

This pretty autumn-season to sign, was a piece of scrapbook paper (under $1!), Scrap wood and Mod-hodgepodge. It’s the perfect decoration piece!

Hello to all, I’m sharing another Fall easily sign today! This time, I’m with subway art scrapbook have paper I found at Hobby Lobby for .59 cents!! I found this paper a while, and haven’t know what I would do with him until now.
. I took them off and started playing around to see what I could do. And then the fall sign was born!!
DIY-fall season sign
Collect These Supplies

Mod smorgasbord of Hard Coat
Sub-type Scrapbook paper
Martha Stewart Vintage decor paint
nails
wood
brush
Brayer (optional)

First steps
When I got the scrapbook paper at Hobby Lobby and I loved it. I knew that I was going to be something cool with it one day! There are a variety of fall themed scrapbook papers in the craft stores and online.
If you can’t find a single piece like this that floats your boat, you can do one of two things. First, you can choose a patterned sheet and paste the adhesive letters and other embellishments (with craft glue) on the top side, the Mod-hodgepodge dries.
The second option is to Mod smorgasbord of your base sheet is down (with a design) and then shapes cut from a second or third sheet of scrapbook paper. You can background the Mod-smorgasbord the tips of the (already Mod Podged).
color to Use
I was really excited to get my new Martha paint Stewart! This color is so beautiful and it matches the sign pretty well. The only rule here choose as far as color is an acrylic paint: FolkArt, Apple Barrel, and Martha Stewart are popular brands, and some of my favorites as far as reporting.
do not Use latex paint on a sign like this, if you Mod smorgasbord of over the top. Mod conglomeration of the latex bladder will cause. Stick with a Tinker and paint.
Are you ready to try your fall season sign up?? Let’s get crafting!

step 1 – Together Palette and Paint
sign up For this fall season, you can either use a small Palette or make your own (through the use of wood glue or nailing). If you don’t have the wood on hand, you can always go to the home improvement store and have them cut some of the pieces, or see if you’ll sell you scraps.
and the wood leftover from another project, so that’s what I used.
Before dry Assembly, I recommend painting your wood pieces first and leave for 30 minutes. I needed to use only one layer for this project. This is your Chance to distress the edges or whatever to do, you’d like it to you.

step 2 – Add Scrapbook paper
Start by painting Mod smorgasbord on the back of the scrapbook paper and wooden pallet. You need to work fairly quickly as you start your decoupage medium, to dry quickly, which is what causes the bubbles.
Place the paper and smooth it out completely in your hands. Remove the excess Mod hodgepodge that comes out the edges with a brush, and then start smoothing.
; handy dandy” roller/brayer to smooth out all the air. It worked perfectly! Another way – a used credit card. You pull gently on the tip.
Once you’ve got your scrapbook paper down and smooth, dry 8211 for 15 &#; 20 minutes.

step 3 – Last-cut
Add a top layer of Mod smorgasbord on the scrapbook paper and let dry. You can choose to add a second layer if you want. After the plate was dry an hour, I was ready for display!

I’m really happy with how my DIY fall sign turned out. I think it looks really great in my cave, I have only used the walls painted that color and it looks perfect in it. I’m in LOVE with some faux leaves next to it!!
These fall-season signing, is yet another inexpensive way to decorate.
This DIY autumn sign is a great addition to my autumn decor. I want to go back to Hobby Lobby and see if I can find some subway art scrapbook paper for Christmas. Another fun and easy project to do!!
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