DIY Joy Christmas Sign

YEAH? today I am sharing my first “Christmas Project” of the year! WOOT! 
My DIY Joy Christmas Sign
 This project was so easy any one can do it. 

What you Need:
– 2 round sponge applicators! (one small one medium)
– 2 sponge applicators 
– gold metallic acrylic paint
– white acrylic paint 
– red acrylic paint 
– glue gun
-glue sticks
– 3 paper mache letters that spell out “JOY
– 1 12 X 24 inch piece of ply wood

I found all of my supplies at JoAnn’s 

How To:
I started by painting my piece of plywood with white paint. I set it aside to let it dry, and then moved onto painting my JOY letters with the gold paint. Once the letters were dry I added the polka dots with my two different sized round sponge applicators. I just dipped each round applicator gently into the paint and then pressed the round sponge applicator down onto the letters. When they finished drying I hot glued them to the board and took one of my sponge applicators and dipped it into the red and gold paint and lightly went around the outer edges of the plywood board. Then I let that dry and I was done. 

So here it is!
www.craft-o-maniac.com
 Supplies! just ignore the turquoise paint, I was going to do that, but opted for red instead.


www.craft-o-maniac.com

I don’t have this cute project out right now, but soon. If you all like the darling reindeer’s too, you can find them at Oriental Trading. 


Thank you so much for stopping in today.

Hugs, jen

“This review is based strictly on my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with
the product listed above. I was provided the sample free of charge by the company or PR agency and I
provided my honest opinion. No other type of compensation was received for this review.”



Comments

  1. it turned out super cute – great job!

  2. noreply@blogger.com' Anonymous says:

    How did you apply the polka dots?

  3. Soo stinking cute! I’d love to try it out but incorporate white lights somehow. I’m a sucker for Xmas lights. Where did you get those keys from in front of the sign? Love em!

  4. Love! I’ve been wanting to make some JOY letter this year too, only chevron! 🙂

  5. Beautiful! I’d love it if you’d add it to our link party @ http://thecraftiestallie.blogspot.com/2013/11/its-that-time-again-friday-follow-along.html

  6. This is so cute Jen- love the color scheme!

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DIY Joy Christmas Sign

YEAH? today I am sharing my first “Christmas Project” of the year! WOOT! 
My DIY Joy Christmas Sign
 This project was so easy any one can do it. 

What you Need:
– 2 round sponge applicators! (one small one medium)
– 2 sponge applicators 
– gold metallic acrylic paint
– white acrylic paint 
– red acrylic paint 
– glue gun
-glue sticks
– 3 paper mache letters that spell out “JOY
– 1 12 X 24 inch piece of ply wood

I found all of my supplies at JoAnn’s 

How To:
I started by painting my piece of plywood with white paint. I set it aside to let it dry, and then moved onto painting my JOY letters with the gold paint. Once the letters were dry I added the polka dots with my two different sized round sponge applicators. I just dipped each round applicator gently into the paint and then pressed the round sponge applicator down onto the letters. When they finished drying I hot glued them to the board and took one of my sponge applicators and dipped it into the red and gold paint and lightly went around the outer edges of the plywood board. Then I let that dry and I was done. 

So here it is!
www.craft-o-maniac.com
 Supplies! just ignore the turquoise paint, I was going to do that, but opted for red instead.


www.craft-o-maniac.com

I don’t have this cute project out right now, but soon. If you all like the darling reindeer’s too, you can find them at Oriental Trading. 


Thank you so much for stopping in today.

Hugs, jen

“This review is based strictly on my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with
the product listed above. I was provided the sample free of charge by the company or PR agency and I
provided my honest opinion. No other type of compensation was received for this review.”



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