Learn how to make this simple DIY Pumpkin Patch Sign – no special tools required! Budget friendly farmhouse home decor sign for your fall decor. Affiliate links are included.
Did you see my announcement? I can’t wait to start “Crafting for a Cause” so soon! (If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you’ll have to read my post here – there’s ways everyone can help and be a part of giving back to others!)
The very first project we’ll be making is this easy DIY Pumpkin Patch sign. It’s seriously simple, budget friendly, and can be made without any fancy tools.
DIY Pumpkin Patch Sign
What you’ll need:
- Wood – 11.25″ x 22″
- You can get these cut down at the hardware store
- Printable template
- Sharpie paint pen
- Optional: sawtooth hangers (love these – so easy to use!)
Paint your sign (I like to use these handy little trim rollers). I just used leftover wall paint from our bathroom makeover. Let dry overnight.
Print our your template, and turn it upside down. Rub your pencil over the back of the letters (bonus points if you can get your kids to help with this part 😉 )
Turn your paper over, and center it on your wood. Secure it down (I used washi tape). Carefully trace over the outline of the letters with a ballpoint pen.
Remove the paper – you’ll have a pencil outline of the words on the sign.
Fill in the letters carefully with your Sharpie paint pen (I use “medium” size).
Let it dry – and you’re done! You can add sawtooth hangers if you want to hang it on your wall when you’re done. I love these, because you literally just lightly hammer the sides into the wood and it stays secure – so simple!
Such a simple project, and it’s so budget friendly too! It should cost just about $10 to make this sign.