Stamped Wood Wedding Chair Signs Project

wedding sign

I love that brides and grooms are adding so many handmade touches to their big day!  Wedding Chair signs are a fun way to decorate, and they double as beautiful photo props.  Since these “Mr. & Mrs.” chair signs are made of wood they are durable and long lasting, and can be displayed long after the wedding day is over.  I was inspired by coloring pages to add a pretty pattern to the painted wood.  I used stamps, ink, and embossing powder to add sparkle and sophistication to this easy project.

walnut hollow wedding sign



Step one:  Spray paint the letters with gold spray paint.

step 1

Step two:  Use a background stamp (the one I used has a floral pattern that can be repeated) and pigment ink to cover the letter with a pattern, similar to a coloring page!   I used silver pigment ink from Colorbox to add soft lustre to the letter.

step 2

Step three:  Sprinkle clear glitter embossing powder over the ink, and tap off the excess.

step 3

Step four:  Use a heat tool to set the embossing powder.  I wanted a subtle design, which is why I opted for silver ink and clear glitter powder.  If you want more contrast you can use darker inks and powders.

step 4

Step five:  Attach the decorative ribbon to the wood letters with a staple gun.  Simply arrange the letters, lay the ribbon on top, and staple the ribbon on.

step 5

These wood wedding chair signs will look so sweet draped behind his and her chairs at a reception!  They can also be held between the couple as a pretty photo prop.  The wood letters can even be hung on a wall, like a banner, for a shower or reception decor.  Have fun crafting and creating with Walnut Hollow wood letters!

WH letter



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