If you’re like me, then you love a nice home decor piece that lasts through every season! This fun HOME sign utilizes interchangeable wreaths so you can keep it up through every holiday. Just change out the small wreath to match the season and your sign is good as new. These Walnut Hollow 5″ wood letters make it so easy, and they fit perfectly on the 7.75″ x 30″ Rustic Pallet! This project is super simple, and you don’t need any special tools to complete it.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:
- Walnut Hollow 7.75″ x 30″ Rustic Pallet
- Walnut Hollow 5″ Wood Letters “H” “M” and “E”
- 3″ wreaths and seasonal embellishments
- Stain and/or Paint
- Small hook
First, Stain or Paint each of the Letters. Allow them to dry completely. You can use any color to match your decor, of course! I painted my letters white.
Stain or paint the Rustic Pallet. My Pallet is stained with a dark walnut stain. You’ll need to use the smooth side without the cross supports to fit all of the letters. Allow to dry completely.
Glue the letters to the Rustic Pallet. Leave a space between the letters “H” and “M” for your wreath to act as the “O”. Allow the glue to dry completely.
Place the small hook where your “O” will hang. You can screw it in, or secure with glue depending on the type of hook you are using.
Glue some fun holiday flair to your 3″ wreath! I made wreaths for several holidays, but I also made one with just simple greenery so that I can have a wreath for in-between seasons.
You can add as little or as much as you want to your wreaths. Hot glue is a great way to attach things to the basic grapevine wreaths. Use a fun little heart wreath for Valentine’s Day, and a shamrock for Saint Patricks Day. Flowers for Spring, and Autumn Leaves for Fall. The options are endless!
Hang your cute little wreath from your new sign and keep it up all year! Which holidays or seasons will you make wreaths for?
After studying Culinary Arts in Portland Oregon, Kelli went back home to the sunny South West where she decided she wanted to do different kinds of Art. This busy mom of three spends all of her available free time creating in her Craft Shack “she shed” where she can be found burning wood, repurposing old stuff, crafting, and painting just about anything she can get her hands on.