Today we're making this beautiful Cottage sign! Ready?
What you will need:
Pencil or Rounded Carving Tool
I painted the board white, I wanted it to look really crisp so it took a view coats.
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Using Picmonkey I found a font and using a blank canvas and saving each letter of the word on to your computer. I think I used a font size around 2000 and print the letters so that they fill one regular printer size page.
I trimmed away excess paper and then laid the letters out on the sign and taped it in place so it didn't slide around.
Using a pencil or a rounded wood carving tool (yeah, I don't know what it's called) I traced the outline of the letters pressing hard.
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Using the hot glue gun I squeezed glue onto each leg.
Then pressed firmly onto the sign.
Follow that by placing felt pads on the back of each corner of the sign.
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I tied a knot at the end of the wire and stapled it to the back of the sign. and did the same on the other side.