What type of wood is used for welcome signs?
Cedar or redwood would be the best option to control rot. And of course painting will help prolong them as well. Use exterior paint if your welcome sign will be exposed to the elements. My porch is completely protected so I used some leftover White Chalk Paint from a side table I madeover.
What size wood is used for welcome signs?
A long board (The dimensions of the one I used were 5 feet long X 8 inches wide X 1 inch deep, 5 inch stencil letters, white acrylic paint, black acrylic paint, sandpaper (optional), clear acrylic sealer.
How do you attach wooden letters to wood?
Apply Aleene’s Wood Fusion to the back of each letter. We made sure to cover the entire are of the back of the letter for a strong hold. Press the letter down on the palette sign and let set until dry. When finished, hand with twine or ribbon and adorn with silk flowers or moss for a natural and organic touch.
What size are the porch signs?
The best size is between 3 1/2 feet and 6 feet. For a welcome sign a using 4 inch letters you need at least 36 inches and it is better to have some space at the top and bottom. The larger your porch and the longer your distance from the porch to the road the larger the sign should be.
How do you make a homemade sign?
Steps for Making DIY Wood Signs
- Get your plywood.
- Paint your sign.
- Create Your Design.
- Import the Design into the Silhouette Studio & Create a Cut File.
- Cut your Stencil.
- Weed Your Stencil.
- Place transfer tape over your letters, then place on the board where you want them.
- Paint over the words with Mod Podge.