How to Make a Circle Wood Sign

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How to Make a Circle Wood Sign!

Make the perfect hello sign for Autumn time. These circle signs are all the rage and they are a perfect alternative to a wreath or door hanging. Make a darling hello sign with a wooden circle pallet, some paint, ribbon and a galvanized hello!

This is part of Creative Crafts Fall Decor Edition--more details at the end of this post. This is my Fall decor. I don't really decorate much for Fall, but I love this Hello sign for year round greetings. I love the combination of wood, paint, metal and's poetic!

Supplies Needed for Circle Wood Sign:

Wood Pallet Circle (From Plaid Online)
Hot Glue/Gun

Step 1: Paint!

Begin by painting the lower half of the sign. I followed the slat lines, so it was super easy. If you have a solid round circle, just use painters tape to mask off a straight line. Then paint the lower half.

I picked a charming turquoise, which feels like Fall to me...but pick whichever color you love.

Step 2: Dry!

Now let the paint dry completely. Use this time to wash out your paintbrush.

Step 3: Hot Glue!

Now heat up that hot glue gun and hot glue the galvanized hello sign onto the wooden slat circle.

Step 4: Tie a Bow!

Now use the Buffalo Check Ribbon and tie a gorgeous bow. Then hot glue it on the top section of the wood pallet.

 Add greenery if desired. Check out this post for another fun circle sign option! Easy right! Now make a whole bunch of them and sell them for the holidays! Make them for neighbor gifts, family presents, teacher gifts, etc! 

That's it!

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  1. Hi Natalie - I just LOVE the use of the turquoise paint for Fall!!
    Thanks for joining in the Creative Crafts Fall Edition.
    We’d love for you to share over at our weekly Linky Party too!
    It runs every Wednesday through Sunday.
    Have a great week!
    Creatively, Beth


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