I realize that I just posted about some beadboard signs. But I had another great…
After our beadboard basement ceiling was finished, I had a bunch of pieces of scrap beadboard to use for crafts. I made some Fall signs, and now I have made a Christmas one! I hope you like how I did it, and that it inspires you.
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What Can You Make with Leftover Beadboard?– how about a Beadboard Sign!
I bought my words when they used to be available at the Dollar Tree. I haven’t found any at a store in awhile. Although you can order online from the Dollar Tree, if you do they have a minimum order of 4-25 pieces depending on the item. I could not find any words on their site at the time of this writing. I did find some on Etsy, though!
These words are very popular with crafters and non-crafters alike, so I do hope the #dollartree brings them back soon!
If you need to cut beadboard for a sign, you can use a jigsaw. I like using ours for small jobs like this.
Christmas Tree Shaped Candles
Aren’t those Hark the Herald Angels Sing paper plates so pretty? I don’t think I can bear to eat on them!
Tuesday Morning has a beautiful selection of paper napkins. You can also find seasonal ones at Hobby Lobby and even Walmart.
Gold and White Cord
I was blessed to get my white and gold cord given to me. But if you need some you can find it here.
What About You?
Have you had time for crafting lately, or is regular life keeping you too busy? If you have been creating something, what are you making? I’d love to hear about it!