Create Your Own Christmas Wreath Shiplap Sign with a berry wreath using this DIY Kit. The kits come with everything you need to paint and make your own shiplap sign. Display the sign within your home decor for a unique Christmas wreath display.
I love the layered and texture look. In fact, I feel like it makes a home cozier regardless of the size and season. When you layer your decor with signs like this Shiplap Sign it brings a new design element to your home’s decor.
I decided to create this cute DIY Shiplap Sign to add to my home’s Christmas Decor. I wanted something that was red and green for the holiday season, but that was too red or bright.
Usually, I love the Merry & Bright look, however since I was planning to put this wreath sign in my front foyer, I knew I wanted it more green than red. Using the DIY shiplap Sign kit from my shop was perfect to get the look I wanted.
And this sign is perfect for creating and mixing the two types of holiday decor together when transitioning from one to another.
I recently shared my process for making this craft kit on my Facebook page where I go live showing new craft ideas. If you don’t follow me there, I’d love to have you over there in our community. I am also sharing new craft ideas.
How to Make A Wood Craft Kit Sign
in this video to see how I have it set up! I absolutely love the Dreambox setup. It really makes crafting so much more fun!
When you purchase the craft kit from the shop it will come carefully packaged in a box including the materials you will need to make the project. (Simple materials such as paints paintbrushes, pliers, and glue/glue guns are not typically not included).
- Shiplap cut Wood Base or surface
- Acrylic paint for the background color of your choice.
- Foam Brush
- Paintbrushes for touch-ups
- Nails and trim if desired
- Wreath, Picks and Ribbon to add embellishments to your Shiplap sign.
Making The Shiplap Wreath Sign
Once you have the kit, you will begin by painting your board for paint. I chose a darker green color for the base. I put my sign on a drop cloth in the yard to paint it with a can of spray paint.
Next, I added the trim, which you can create your own, or add it from the kits I sell in the shop. Stain them in a color of your liking and then add them to the sides after you add your wreath.
I like to add the wreath with a ribbon and staple that into place first before adding the trim.
This way I feel as if the trim acts as a second security measure.
However, if you want to change ut your wreath on the shiplap sign, then add the ribbon second using a push pin versus a nail gun.
Once the sign is complete, place it on display on your favorite console table.
Here’s a look further away showing this sign on the console table on my front door. I just love the way it turned out! What do you think?