I’m back today to share how I made that huge front porch welcome sign!
I love to make family and friends feel welcomed when they come over, so I figured I’d put out the welcome sign!
And this one just happens to be huge! Literally.
I think it’s just dreamy…
Here’s how I made it… It was SO easy! You’re all going to be chuckling at the end of the tutorial!
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- Wood letters, mine are 9.5″ tall. These are similar.
- Exterior Paint, Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore in satin
- Wood Board, mine is 11″ wide x 80″ tall
- Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
I started with these pre-cut letters from Hobby Lobby…
And then I painted them with some leftover exterior paint- Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore.
Once the letters were dry, I placed them on my weathered board (which I snagged from my parents farm, just like this one).
Once I was sure everything would fit with the proper spacing, I used my super hot hot glue gun and glued them right onto the board. Those letters are stuck!
Then I just propped it up on our front porch. I told you it was COMPLETELY easy!
I just love how it looks!
And it’s so welcoming!
Heck, even I feel welcomed walking up!
I’m in love with the combination of the aged wood, rusty nails, sleek letters and cornstalks… which I chopped down from our field!
Our front entry is officially dressed for fall… You can see the rest of it here.
I’m in disbelief of how amazing this project looks for how easy it was to make! Those are the best kind!
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