DIY Hand Painted Christmas Sign with Printable

by Johnnie Collier


Merry and Bright DIY Sign with printable template and video

These hand painted rustic signs are a little addictive, and pretty easy to make.  Pam from Little Red Porch came over and showed us her technique in this  DIY Rustic Wood Sign .  I made a video showing you how to use Photoshop to print your text in sections so you can tape them together for transferring large art to wood in this Americana Chalky Finish Paint Sign Tutorial.  Today I am sharing this Merry and Bright sign, as well as the text file for you to print off to create your own like I showed you in the links above mentioned.

Merry And Bright Handpainted Christmas Sign

 

To download the printable, right click the thumbnail and the full resolution file will pop up for you to print.

 Merry and Bright Printable Template

 

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1 Jen April 9, 2014 at 12:03 am

Could you please tell me how you attach the hanger in the back. I looked at the tutorial for making the signs and know its a sawtooth hanger but where do you attach it? The wood nailed onto the back and then with the frame on the sides, doesn’t that give you a lip in the back? Sorry so many questions at once.

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2 Johnnie Collier April 14, 2014 at 9:39 am

Hi Jen. You can hang it from the lip just fine. I think the sawtooth hanger just gives it a more professional finish and I knew I was selling this one. If I were hanging it on my wall, just the lip!

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