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DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

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This little DIY Wood Love Sign was really fun to make and was so easy to do. It was also a spur of the moment idea. When it comes to mind, I just have to make it before I forget.

Do you normally decorate for Valentine’s Day?

I have never decorated for any other holiday other than Halloween or Christmas. Crafting has inspired me to decorate year around no matter the holiday or season. So fun!

I probably won’t do a lot of decorating for Valentines, just on my mantel and maybe around my coffee bar. Yes, my coffee bar, one of my favorite places in my house.

I have seen so many other Love signs on Pinterest and I wanted mine to be different, not like so many others. I think it’s pretty different, even though my bow is kinda big, ha.

If you would like to make one just like this (or close) as the one shown, keep scrolling.

If you would like a printable version of this diy, scroll all the way to the bottom of this post.

DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

Materials Needed- DIY Wood Love Sign

  • Wood Frame of your choice
  • Ribbon
  • Paint (You can use chalk or acrylic pain, I used both)
  • Hot Glue
  • Jute cord (to tie around ribbon or you can use ribbon).
  • Wood Sticks from outdoors
DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

Instructions: DIY Wood Love Sign

  1. Grab any wood frame of your choice. Mine was purchased at Walmart and has a thin wood/canvas backing with photo/words on it.
  2. If your frame has photo/words on it, paint over it with white paint and let dry. The paint I used was Waverly Chalk Paint, you can get it pretty cheap at Walmart.
  3. Take your sticks and break them to the desired length and form the letters, L, V and E.
  4. Hot glue the sticks to the inside of frame.
  5. Take your ribbon of choice and cut out heart shapes and hot glue them on. I used burlap and black and white buffalo check for mine.
  6. Paint one or all of your letters with either pink or red acrylic or chalk paint (if desired)
  7. Make a bow out of any ribbon of your choice and tie a piece of jute cord around it (or ribbon) to hold it together
  8. Hot glue your bow to the top or corner of the frame. I glued mine to the corner because I made it to big and didn’t want it to cover the letters.

Please make sure to use finger protectors when using hot glue, especially with gluing the sticks on because they are so thin. I learned that the hard way.

DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

It’s amazing what you can make out of the simplest things. Every time I make something, it gives me an idea for something else.

I hope this Valentines Day DIY has inspired you to make something for yourself to decorate your home with or to make for a loved one.

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DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

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Also, make sure to stop by Follow me on Facebook because I do lot’s of crafting videos that you just might love and I don’t want you to miss out.

Please consider sharing and/or pinning this post over to your social media accounts, if you loved it, it would mean so much to me.

xoxo,

DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

Need a printable of how to make your own of this DIY, you got it! Check it out below.

DIY Wood Love Sign for Valentines Day

DIY Wood Love Sign

Simple and cute DIY Wood Love Sign for your Valentine's Day home decor.

Materials

  • Wood Frame of your choice
  • Ribbon
  • Paint (You can use chalk or acrylic pain, I used both)
  • Hot Glue
  • Jute cord (to tie around ribbon or you can use ribbon.
  • Wood Sticks from outdoors

Instructions

  1. Grab any wood frame of your choice. Mine was purchased at Walmart and has a thin wood/canvas backing with photo/words on it.
  2. If your frame has photo/words on it, paint over it with white paint and let dry. The paint I used was Waverly Chalk Paint, you can get it pretty cheap at Walmart.
  3. Take your sticks and break them to the desired length and form the letters, L, V and E.
  4. Hot glue the sticks to the inside of frame.
  5. Take your ribbon of choice and cut out heart shapes and hot glue them on. I used burlap and black and white buffalo check for mine.
  6. Paint one or all of your letters with either pink or red acrylic or chalk paint (if desired)
  7. Make a bow out of any ribbon of your choice and tie a piece of jute cord around it (or ribbon) to hold it together
  8. Hot glue your bow to the top or corner of the frame. I glued mine to the corner because I made it to big and didn't want it to cover the letters.

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