Thank you to FloraCraft® for sponsoring this post – I’m currently a member of the Make It:Fun® Design Team.
I found my inspiration for this month’s project by browsing the Make It:Fun® Holiday E-book that is full of such amazingly fun Christmas crafts and decorating ideas.
The Metallic Glittered Star Decor gave me the inspiration for the Christmas Tree cut-outs on my Merry Christmas Sign.
- FloraCraft® Make It:Fun® Foam Sheets (I used a 12×12 sheet)
- 1 wood pallet sign (unfinished)
- 1 can White Spray Paint (the mini Short Cuts cans won’t melt the foam!)
- Cookie Cutters
- Battery Operated Light String
- Gold Vinyl
- mini embellishments
I started by using cookie cutters to press out my tree shapes. I was going to do bells too, but the trees were all I needed.
Once I had the shapes pressed out, I spray painted them.
I picked up a plain wooden sign at Hobby Lobby and spray painted it too and hot glued my trees to the sign.
Then, I used my Cricut to cut out my letters and pressed them onto the sign.
To top it off, I added a small string of battery operated lights. My girl got to do the “ornament” hanging and used little gold and silver embellishments.
Be sure to check out the Make It:Fun® holiday e-book for more fun holiday decorating ideas. There are so many great ideas to spark your creativity!
One thought on “Merry Christmas Sign”
Using cookie cutters for the trees was just genius!