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Dollar Tree Fall Decor: DIY Fall Sign

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Ready to upgrade your fall decor? This budget-friendly craft idea combines Dollar Tree supplies with creativity for a chic and EASY decor idea. You will be amazed at what you can do with a little paint. You may be able to repurpose signs that you already own! Let’s get crafting!

Dollar Tree Fall Decor

To get started, look for four small block signs at your local store. You can find them at Walmart or online too. You’re going to paint them, so it doesn’t matter what they look like. The cheaper, the better.

You will also need a package of metal words, white paint, and super glue.

Paint the front of each of the small block signs white to cover the words on the front. I really love chalk paint but it is not as cheap, but you can try chalk paint too! It gives a rustic vibe that I love.

When the paint is dry, place a few drops of glue on the top of one of the signs. Place a second sign on top of the glue. Use clips to hold the two signs together until the glue dries. Repeat the process with the second set of signs.

*To be clear, this step makes your signs “double” the size. You’re connecting two signs with glue to make them taller. Depending on the signs that you use, you may not need this step. It really depends on what you choose to do.

When the glue has dried and the signs are stuck together, place a few drops of glue on the back of the metal word. Carefully place the word on the white side of the sign and hold in place until the glue dries. Repeat on the second sign with a different metal word.

Wear gloves while gluing to prevent getting super glue on your skin.

Dollar Tree Fall Decor Signs

Dollar Tree Fall Decor Signs

Yield: 2 signs
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Cheap Craft
Estimated Cost: $5 or less

Make these adorable fall decor signs for a few dollars from Dollar Tree supplies.

Materials

  • 4 small block signs
  • Package of metal words
  • White paint
  • Superglue

Instructions

    1. Paint the front of each of the small block signs white to cover the words on the front.
    2. When the paint is dry, place a few drops of glue on the top of one of the signs. Place a second sign on top of the glue. Use clips to hold the two signs together until the glue dries. Repeat the process with the second set of signs.
    3. *To be clear, this step makes your signs "double" the size. You're connecting two signs with glue to make them taller. Depending on the signs that you use, you may not need this step. It really depends on what you choose to do.
    4. When the glue has dried and the signs are stuck together, place a few drops of glue on the back of the metal word. Carefully place the word on the white side of the sign and hold in place until the glue dries. Repeat on the second sign with a different metal word.

Notes

Wear gloves while gluing to prevent getting super glue on your skin.

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This is a family-friendly craft idea since kids can help you paint. They can also pick out their favorite fall words to add to the signs!

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