Welcome the season with this Hello Spring Wood Sign! Follow along with my DIY tutorial and make one for your home with a few simple craft supplies.
Let’s get ready for warm weather and bright sunny days with a fun Hello Spring Wood Sign tutorial. This DIY is simple and only takes a few supplies you can get from Chalk Couture. No fancy artistic abilities needed!! Simply follow along and make this beautiful wood sign for your entire family to enjoy.
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Supplies I used for this simple Spring DIY:
- Hello Spring Door Hanger Blank
- Hello Spring Wreath Transfer
- Bright White Chalkology Paste
- Citrus Splash Chalkology Paste
- Candy Apple Chalkology Paste
- Caviar Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- DBP Synthetic Brush
- Small Squeegee
- Fuzzing Cloth
How to make your own Hello Spring Wood Sign:
I started with a blank wood sign cutout that was in the shape of the Hello Spring Wreath Transfer.
Next, I added a base coat of Dixie Belle Chalk Paint in the color Caviar.
I like to use a larger brush on these big surfaces because it makes the job go faster.
Once you have the basecoat on the wood sign surface, allow it to dry before moving onto the next step.
Adding the Hello Spring details:
To begin, fuzz your transfer (if it’s new) and apply it to the wood wreath surface.
Next, I created a custom color by mixing Candy Apple and Bright White Chalkology Paste. This is the color I then used for the flower buds on the transfer.
When adding paste to a transfer you want to apply a thin layer of paste, scrape the excess and move onto the next area. It’s key to work quickly, as the paste dries fast.
Next, use the color Citrus Splash to add the leaves and vine details.
Finally, use Bright White Paste to add the “Hello Spring” wording.
Once all of your paste has been applied, peel back your transfer to reveal the final look.
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