Do you make a new wreath for each holiday and season? It might just be another excuse to craft but I love making signs and wreaths that are a little unique and with Easter fast approaching I wanted to do something centered around that holiday. This rustic wood frame is the perfect backdrop for a creative new wreath or sign. Think of different materials you can use to make it uniquely yours.
What You Will Need to Create this Project:
Paint the edges of the wood frame brown. You don’t need to paint the whole frame since it’s going to be covered with the moss but make sure a bit of the paint covers the edge of the top since the moss might not go all the way to the edge.
I painted the tops of the letters white and left the sides natural. Since they are laser cut the sides are dark brown. I like the contrast of the white and brown and it looks great against the green moss.
Cut the sheet of moss to fit the frame. I used hot glue to secure it in place.
Attach the letters across the top of the frame using hot glue. You can spell whatever you like: Spring, Easter, Welcome, etc. I didn’t add a ribbon since I decided not to hang mine but you can use a staple gun to secure a ribbon to the back so you can hang it on a door or wall.
I added the sheep using a tiny bit of hot glue to the bottom of the frame. I like the simplicity of it but if you want to add more detail you could also add eggs, flowers, birds, a nest or anything Springy.
I added my new sign to the Green and White Easter mantel I shared in another post.
Have an enjoyable Easter day and weekend!