Learn how to recreate this beautiful farmhouse wreath sign using scrapbook wood and easy to nail trim and a wreath. This tutorial explains hows to use a scrap piece of wood for you to create this look in your home.
I love farmhouse decor that is both simple and timeless. And I love it when the home decor is a DIY piece that I’ve made from either scrap or little to no expense in materials.
This DIY is no exception to either of those things, and I am sharing with you how to create a DIY Farmhouse Wreath Sign that you can display year-round.
In fact, this piece is timeless and will go with any season or decor. Of course, you can add to it to make it for seasonal, however, you do not need to as this wreath sign is perfect to display just about anywhere in your home.
How To Make A Wreath Sign
I created a video showing my process which you can check out below. I made the sign LIVE on my Facebook page. If you aren’t a follower – pop over and give me a like and follow so you don’t miss out on the next Live craft.
You can check out the video of this DIY Farmhouse Wreath Sign here.
Once you have all the materials you will need to set up an area to create. The dining room table or your craft table is a great place. I made this in front of my Dreambox cabinet as it has all my supplies within the craft storage cabinet at an arms reach.
You can also check out my Dreambox Setup 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!
- Scrap wood piece about 18X18. (I had this beadboard leftover from this DIY Project).
- Wood trim (1×2) boards. One-piece cut to fit the trim works great for less than a few dollars. This is optional I just feel it gives it a nice touch and more farmhouse vibe.
- A simple green wreath like this one.
- Hot glue and glue gun. ( I love THIS glue gun)
- Nails for trim and a nail gun or hammer.
Making the Farmhouse Wreath Sign
Once you have all of your supplies and materials, first begin by staining the wood trim pieces. Thes really finish off the sign. This is optional however, I really feel it finishes the entire look.
Then, using the background piece of wood, or beadboard, paint it your background color of choice. I chose a white chalk paint. White and wood stain trim help to create the farmhouse look.
Then, once dry, nail your trim pieces to the sides of the sign. Add your wreath using the ribbon and a thumbtack. I like to thumbtack mine at the top just over the back edge to that it is hidden.
Then display somewhere in your home. A great place to display it is on a wall, or layered on top of your hutch with a grouping of other signs and pictures.
I really like how this one turned out. What do you think? Will you be making one for your home?