The white galvanized tin sign that you see in the photo above has been sitting in my craft stash for about two months. It was an impulsive $3.40 clearance buy from Michael’s that I didn’t have a project planned for until I spotted this wall decal in Dollar Tree.
Sine “hello sunshine” is one of my favorite phrases to use, I knew a farmhouse style sign was in order.
Since I’m not quite ready for Fall decorating yet, I purchased three stems of gorgeous lavender bushes from the dollar store.
When I get tired of the lavender or I’m ready for a touch of Fall, this project will allow me to change things out because we’re using a mason jar to hold our flowers.
Nothing says “farmhouse” quite like mason jars, right?
Hello Sunshine Sign
- 18-inch white enamel sign (can also use these and paint white)
- wired burlap ribbon
- power drill, bit and screw (or superglue)
- mason jar
- hose clamp (I used this one)
- lavender flowers (or pick your favorite) **I purchased mine at Dollar Tree
- hello sunshine wall decal
- wire clippers
- hot glue and glue gun (for burlap ribbon)
As I said in the video, make sure you use a ruler to apply your decal straight. If you make a mistake, it is removable but once you remove it, it loses some of its stickiness.
If you don’t want to use galvanized metal for your sign, feel free to substitute wood. Note: You may have to use a spray adhesive to get the decal to stick.
I love how pretty the lavender is!
What type of flowers would you use?
If you’re not ready to make this project yet, feel free to save to your crafty Pinterest board.
Looking for more DIY farmhouse signs? Check this one out: