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A Happy Easter Sign You Can Make in Minutes

Learn how to decoupage a simple Happy Easter sign with a fun font. Just use Mod Podge and your favorite paper patterns to make it your own!

A Happy Easter Sign You Can Make in Minutes

With easter not far away, I thought “why not make a cutie easter sign for my first project!” My Happy Easter sign resulted.

I LOVE the plain pine look. I also love the contrast of the “untreated” wood used in combination with with bold colours and patterns.

That was the main inspiration behind this piece. This one is a fail-proof decoupage Easter project for any level and age of crafter.

If you’re not a fan of the raw wood look, then before you start just give the block a coat of paint. Choose a colour that is complimented by the colours in the paper you are using.

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DIY Easter Sign

You will need:

Step 1

Cut your wood block to the size you want your sign and sand off any rough edges.

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Step 2

Cut out your letters. I wanted my letters to have a child like feel to them so I didn’t draw them up or follow a font, I just cut them as I went.

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Step 3

Place the letters on the wood as you go to check you are happy with their sizing.

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Step 4

Have a play with your letters and arrange them where you want them to go.

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Step 5

Mod Podge time! Apply some Mod Podge to the wood, stick your letter on top and cover generously with Mod Podge. Repeat this with each of your letters.

On a side note . . .  these sponge applicators are AWESOME! This was the first time I’d used them. They are SO nice to work with! I think I need to stock up! 🙂

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Step 6

Use a larger sponge brush to give your Happy Easter sign a nice generous final coat of Mod Podge.

Learn how to decoupage a simple Happy Easter sign with a fun font. Just use Mod Podge and your favorite paper patterns to make it your own!

My Happy Easter sign is finished! Told you it was easy. 🙂 What do you like to make for Easter? Let me know in the comments!


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Roxanne

Friday 4th of April 2014

I enjoy your newsletter so much. The great thing about most of the projects is I can get the grandchildren involved.