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Sign for A Summer Wedding

Sign for A Summer Wedding

Posted by DecoArt on Apr 13th 2014

A simple, yet eye-catching, sign welcomes and leads guests to your summer wedding.

SUPPLIES

    • painter's or masking tape
    • 1" sponge brush
    • liquid glue
    • small fine tip detailing
    • 5" terra cotta pot
    • three craft basswood pieces (1/16" x 4" x 9"; 1/8" x 2" x 6"; and 1/8" x 2" x 3-1/2")
    • two craft balsa wood pieces (1/8" x 1" x 17-1/2" and 1/8" x 1" x 9")
    • 4" x 2" foam disc floral arranger
    • decorative moss

    INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Apply two coats of Cloud White with the 1" sponge brush to each of the two balsa wood pieces. Set aside.
    2. With painter's or masking tape, tape a 3/8" border around the outside of the large basswood piece and a 1/4" border around the other two basswood pieces. Paint the remaining areas of all the pieces Wrought Iron Black. Apply additional coat if necessary and allow to dry.
    3. Paint the terra cotta pot Wrought Iron Black with the sponge brush. Set aside to dry.
    4. Remove the tape from the large basswood sign piece and paint the exposed wood Marigold. Use additional coats as desired.
    5. Remove the tape from the two small basswood sign pieces and paint the exposed wood Sunshine Yellow. Use additional coats as desired.
    6. Paint "Welcome", "Ceremony", arrow, and initials of the bridal couple on the signs using Cloud White.
    7. Glue the signs to Cloud White stakes using liquid glue. Place a floral arranger disc into the pot and cover with moss. Push the signs into the floral arranger disc.