Wood Christmas signs are so fun. I find so many that I would love to add to our home during the holiday season, but they are usually out of the price range I want to spend. I have made all kinds of signs over the years with stencils and my Cricut machine, but when I heard about Chalk Couture, I was very intrigued and had to get my hands on the products. (You can see my full post all about Chalk Couture HERE). Chalk Couture has made my love for wood signs grow even more. The product line through Chalk Couture enables me to create all kinds of things for our home at a fraction of the price anywhere I have seen. The transfers can be used over and over again so you get so many pieces from one transfer. The Chalk Paste lasts forever because you only use a little each time you create something. I could go on and on about these products, but I want to share this project with you too.
Let’s get to it already. 🙂
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Supplies: DIY Wood Christmas Signs
Here is a video of me creating this wood Christmas sign from start to finish so you can see just how easy it is:
This wood Christmas sign is too cute. I love vintage Santa’s and this transfer captured that perfectly. There are so many other things I want to make with this transfer. I see a Santa throw pillow and maybe a Santa tray.
Ever since I started experimenting with Chalk Couture, I have been hooked. It is so easy to create home decor, signs, throw pillows and so much more. The possibilities are endless!
Now, tell me… what would you create with this Santa transfer?
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