Easy and Awesome DIY Spring Welcome Sign

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Are you looking for a springtime welcome sign? I love seasonal projects and came up with this door hanger to proved a warm welcome to guests. This is an easy DIY with just a few supplies you can find at the dollar store.

I was at Dollar Tree and found a sign being clearanced out for .50, and after that an old jello mold at a thrift store for .50. Using these 2 items plus some craft supplies on hand, I was able to create a charming sign for the spring season for my home.

Here is the original sign I bought for .50 at Dollar Tree.

Here is the original sign I bought for .50 at Dollar Tree.

Spring Welcome Sign Video

I used stencil tape and placed 2" Plaid stencils onto each section. There were 4 sections to this piece, and I painted on the letters H, M, and E on the 1, 3, and 4th sections. I used Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint in the color Nautical.

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I used stencil tape and placed 2″ Plaid stencils onto each section. There were 4 sections to this piece, and I painted the letters H, M, and E on the 1, 3, and 4th sections. I used Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint in the color Nautical.

This is the old jello mold I found at the thrift store. I used the nautical paint on the center heart and let that dry. I traced the outer edge with blue permanent marker. Then I gave the whole blue section a coat of Sparkle Mod Podge to add some shimmer.

This is the old jello mold I found at the thrift store. If you don’t have a jello mold you can use a heart-shaped cookie cutter from the dollar store. I used the nautical paint on the center heart and let that dry. I traced the outer edge with a blue permanent marker. Then I gave the whole blue section a coat of Sparkle Mod Podge to give it a special touch with a bit of shimmer

I hot glued the heart in the second spot under the letter H. You could use another glue of your choice. The heart would represent the letter "O" and I had the word "Home" on the sign.

I hot glued the heart in the second spot under the letter H. You could use another glue of your choice. The heart would represent the letter “O” and I had the word “Home” on the sign.

I was at Dollar Tree and found a sign being clearanced out for .50, after that an old jello mold at a thrift store for .50. Using these 2 items plus some materials on hand, I was able to create a cute sign for the spring season for my home.

All you need is a hanger hook and it is ready to go. Happy Crafting!

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20 Comments

  1. You’re very creative – marvelous signs for cheap! #MMBC

    1. Thank you Carol, and thanks for stopping by

  2. The sign looks so much nicer with your improvements!
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  3. Now that is a thrifty craft! I like easy crafts like yours that you can quickly add your own special touch.

    1. Thank you so much Allyson πŸ™‚ I’m thrilled you’re enjoy them

  4. You continue to amaze me! I appreciate your talent!

    1. You are so sweet Marla, thank you so much πŸ™‚

  5. Wow! Your sign is so adorable! No one would ever know that it cost less than $2.00. Amazing! I love your talent.

    1. Thank you so much Linda, I’m thrilled you like it πŸ™‚

  6. Cute DIY! I actually had that sign on the door of our apartment before the move into our new “Forever Home”. #TrafficJamWeekend Linky Party

    1. Thanks Antionette, did you add anything to yours? Congrats on moving into your home πŸ™‚

  7. You are so creative, Chas! Lovely!

    Thank you for sharing with Creative Compulsions!
    Michelle
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    1. Thank you so much Donna, it’s been fun adding a little spring around the house. Makes everyone smile πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you Marilyn and hope you are well, safe, and having a lovely weekend πŸ™‚

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