Happy Fall Teal Pumpkin Sign

This sign might be small, but it packs a punch!!! It turned out way more adorable than I thought it was going to.  This is actually one of my favorites.  Maybe because fall is my favorite time of the year.  Now I get to try to top this! Yay!  So cute!  As always, I hope you are all staying safe, Healthy and HAPPY!

As always, first I started with a clean desk on my bed to craft with.  Then I gathered all of my supplies.  I used a small sign I had bought at Dollar General for $1.00, a little pumpkin embellishment I purchased at Hobby Lobby, cute paper I purchased at Hobby Lobby,  little wooden saying that says “Happy Fall” that I purchased at Hobby Lobby, Mod Podge, some ribbon, paint, scissors, hot glue gun, and paint brushes. First I took a pen and marked out the exact size of the inside of my sign.  Then I cut it out and used a small amount of Mod Podge on the sign all around the sides and inside and then place the paper down.  I painted my wooden “Happy Fall” saying white first, then when that dried I painted it with a metallic teal color.  I made sure to give it a full coverage.  I attached the pumpkin and the “Happy Fall” saying with hot glue right where I thought it would look right.  Then I made a “messy bow” by doing a criss cross pattern, then tying it in the middle and then cutting the ends off to be the right size.  Then I just attached the bow with hot glue as well!  Whoa-la!  I have an absolutely adorable sign now!!


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