Cheap + Easy DIY Wood Wedding Sign
Here is a simple, budget-friendly tutorial for DIY wood wedding signs. This was in response to a request about how I made my wedding signage.
This faux hand-lettering technique is great for wood but can be used on nearly any surface.
NO fancy equipment
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Quick Supply List:
- Plain paper + Printer
(I use a laser printer to save on ink costs + prints up to 32 pages/min. Have had my Brother printer since back in college & it’s still going strong!
- Sharpies (you’ll want to get a box if you plan on doing a few signs or even one large sign because they run dry pretty quickly)
- Metallic Pens (these are AWESOME! You will see why in the video)
- Fine tip Scoring tool
- Scissors (these are my favorite)
- Wood Board/Signs:
This really comes down to how handy you’re feeling…I used a cheap jigsaw to cut my wood down & make a bunch of fun stuff for the wedding. It was super easy to use and I was able to make different signs and a 3ft. tall XXL lighted marquee! *If you want to see a tutorial on that leave a comment*