DIY,  Home Decor

Home Sign on the Budget!- DIY

Who doesn’t like Target dollar section?…not me. It is conveniently located right at the entrance so you can’t miss it. Just because I have few pieces of wood left from my pallet project I decided to work with banners and make some budget friendly and quick signs. Let’s make a HOME SIGN!



All what I did was to use a bit of hot glue, some rope and raffia and my sign is done. Literally 5 minutes. All under $3. My letters are glued lightly so I can easy dismantle my sign if I choose to have horizontal layout. Love me my Home Sign!


Wooden HOME sign made out of Target garland. Perfect all year round decor for your porch or mantel. Easy to follow instructions

Acorn wood cutout were also at that section so I decided to work on those too in preparation for my fall decor. My original idea for it was to make a door hanger but they are bit small vs the ones you can get at Dollar Store so for now I am going to look for their spot in my house. I know I will find one.


My goal was to make them look as natural as possible to make sure they fit my home decor perfectly.


Little bit of twine at the bottom of acorn cap and I was done. It is time to add a bow! I think easy criss-cross bow also know as Re-fabbed bow will be perfect! Check tutorial on that below



Don’t you think real acorns spray painted gold will add some pop of color to our door hanger?


Spray your acorns gold to bring some pop of color into your fall home decor!

and we are done!


Let's put those dollar store items to work!Wooden HOME sign made out of Target garland. Perfect all year round decor for your porch or mantel. Easy to follow instructions

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