I refused to pay that much for something I could make, so here’s my knockoff version of the noel sign.
Wanna know how much this one cost me? Go ahead, guess.
Yeah, that’s definitely something I can handle.
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.
First I hot-glued the letters together.
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.
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:
Works for me. Squeeze some between all the crevices, then take a damp cloth to wipe off the excess.
Once that was dry, I grabbed some Rustoleum Hammered spray paint leftover from my family room shelf project.
Then back it some music sheets, and guess what? It’s done! Quick and inexpensive.
Thanks so much for having me Jamielyn, and I hope you all will come say “hi” over at Sew Dang Cute Crafts!