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Fall Signs using Leftover Beadboard

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If you follow me on social media, you have seen me sharing how I made a Fall Sign using Leftover Beadboard. I used my Cricut Maker to make the first sign, but I realize not all people have access to a Cricut Maker.

So I made another sign using Dollar Tree items. Now anybody can make a Fall Sign for their home! I hope you like it!

Fall sign using leftover beadboard step by step in pictures

Feel free to either watch the video below or scroll through to read about this project at your own pace.

I had a bunch of beadboard leftover from our ceiling project. I wanted to make some cute signs.

beadboard drop ceiling in bathroom

For my 1st sign, I used felt leaves, wide burlap ribbon, and a metal word that I found at the Dollar Tree.

Harvest metal word, burlap ribbon, felt leaves

I attached the metal word to my white bead board after running the word through a Xyron stickermaker, the Creative Station Lite, which added adhesive on the back of the word. It was so much fun making my own metal word sticker!! (You can see how I did that here.)

harvest metal word

Then I used tacky glue to attach the leaves.

tacky glue and felt leaves

Let it all dry.

felt leaves and metal harvest word

On the back of the beadboard, I attached the wide burlap ribbon again using the Xyron Creative Station to put adhesive on the back of the ribbon. I cut some felt leaves in half and blued them around the ribbon for a border.

Harvest burlap printed ribbon

Then I drilled holes in each upper corner, slipped a jute twine string through the hold, and tied knots to hold the string in place.

knot in jute twine

So here is the front:

Harvest fall sign

And here is the back– two signs for the price of one!

fall colored felt leaves with burlap fall ribbon

Sign Number 2

For my 2nd sign, I used my Cricut Maker!

Welcome Fall design on white sign

Using Cricut’s Design Space, I made a rectangle shape the size of my sign, then sized the Welcome Fall design to fit into the rectangle. I cut the vinyl in various fall colors.

Cricut Design Spice Welcome Fall

Then it was as easy as sticking the vinyl to the beadboard, drilling two holes, and threading the jute thread through and knotting it just like I did the first sign.

Welcome Fall design

I gave both of my signs away as gifts. You know what that means, don’t you? That means I need to make some more signs! : )

Welcome Fall sign with leftoever beadboard
Fall Beadboard Sign

What would you make with leftover beadboard?

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