My craft room is my happy place. Nothing fills my heart more than to be able to create in there. So, when I was looking for a way to decorate my craft room, this create sign is what popped in my mind. Now, I want to share it with you all how to DIY your own craft room sign.
Supplies you will need to diy your own craft room sign:
DecoArt American paint: Colors used White, Aqua Sky, Bright Salmon, Peacock Teal, Cadmium Yellow, Sea Breeze, Watermelon Slice, Black
20 12″ Paint Sticks
5 2″ Chip Brushes
1 1/8″ Wood letters
Step 1: We start off by painting the paint sticks in White, but you can use any color that works for your room. I found it easier to paint the paint sticks before making my sign. These paint sticks are easy to find in most hardware stores. I found mine on AMAZON STORE.
Step 2: Assemble your create sign. I put 17 of the sticks and lined them up horizontally. Then, I took the other 3 and hot glued them to the back to keep the sticks together. I did use hot glue but find that wood glue may work best. With wood glue you will need to let it cure for a minimum of 24 hours. So if you choose that option, put your sign together and let it dry. You can move to step 3 in the meantime.
Step 3: Let’s paint these chip brushes. I started with painting the metal base black. Since we are painting on metal it did take a few coats.
Quick Tip make sure your first coat is dry before you paint your 2nd coat and you can speed up the process of drying by using a hair dryer
Step 4: Sand the paint handles to give it a smooth finish, then paint any color you like or use the suggested colors above. Paint the bristles as well to add that pop of color.
Step 5: Add your letters to the paint brushes. You can have so much fun with this! Can you image how many craft room signs you can make? I absolutely love polka dots and I couldn’t resist so I added them.
That’s it!!! So easy and so budget friendly! If you love it PIN IT for later so you can make your own craft room sign!
If you would like to see me create it you can check out this video.