Nov
8

Posted by & filed under Christmas, Crazy Christmas Crafter, DIY crafts, Holiday, Home decor, Tutorial.

Hey everyone at {I Heart Naptime}! I’m Tam from Sew Dang Cute Crafts. I’m excited to show you how to make this fun Noel Sign-a Pottery Barn knock-off!
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Don’t you just love Jamielyn? I sure do, and I am so excited to be here today as part her Crazy Christmas Crafters series. Loved it last year and this year is just as awesome so far!
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My site is full of tutorials and projects that are mostly DIY and sewing. I’ve been remodeling/redecorating my house, so most of my projects have been related to that, but I do venture out in other areas – like paper crafting. Pretty much I just love to create!
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A while ago I was browsing through the Pottery Barn catalog and I saw this GORGEOUS Noel Wall Art.
Then I saw the price tag and didn’t think it was so gorgeous anymore: $149!!!

I refused to pay that much for something I could make, so here’s my knockoff version of the noel sign.

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Wanna know how much this one cost me? Go ahead, guess.


$8

Yeah, that’s definitely something I can handle.

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I stocked up my 50% off coupons and headed to JoAnns to buy these cardboard letters.

They sell for $3.99 each and are 12” tall. With my coupons I only paid $2/letter, and that was the end of my spending since I had the rest of the supplies on hand.

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First I hot-glued the letters together.

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Then since I didn’t want this thing to fall apart, I took some sawtooth picture hangers and hammered them flat before nailing them on the back to ensure the letters stayed together.

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I wanted to have mine look like one piece, similar to PB’s, so I decided to caulk.


Now normally I would have used a gun and the caulk in the tube, but I used up the rest of mine on my closet doors to headboard and keep forgetting to buy more.

Fortunately, when we bought our house 8 years ago our builder gave us a little touch-up kit which included this:

Caulk

Works for me. Squeeze some between all the crevices, then take a damp cloth to wipe off the excess.

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Once that was dry, I grabbed some Rustoleum Hammered spray paint leftover from my family room shelf project.

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Then back it some music sheets, and guess what? It’s done! Quick and inexpensive.

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Thanks so much for having me Jamielyn, and I hope you all will come say “hi” over at Sew Dang Cute Crafts!

Happy Holidays!!

Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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19 Responses to “DIY Noel sign -Pottery Barn knockoff! {CCC}”

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    i just found your blog via a link party (somewhere, can’t remember where). anyway, you are so talented! i’m bookmarking you for future reading. it’s all very exciting stuff. this noel thing is amazing. i can’t believe christmas is right around the corner! second christmas in our new home. unbelievable.

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  2. Jessica

    I saw the same sign and was trying to figure out how I could make it myself. Thanks for the tutorial. I cant wait to make it!!

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  3. Deb

    Is there directions on how to make those cute little trees??
    THANKS, I will have to tackle this project……after I gather some coupons.

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  4. Julie

    Love it. The music sheets really add an element of charm. Nice job and can’t wait to replicate :)

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  5. Teresa Luyk

    Lots of thoughts about doing things and creativity. No time at least that’s the way I feel.

    You inspire me.

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  6. Margo

    Very cute DIY. What did you use for the base to put the music sheets on? Also, did you use Modge Podge to attach the music sheets?

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    • Jamielyn

      Hi Margo! This was a guest post… however I think a white foam board would work great as the base. Any any decoupage would work as well. Good luck! :)

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