Print out the WELCOME PDF to actual size and using a pair of paper scissors, cut around each of the letters.
Center the letters on top of the wood sign spacing the letters evenly apart.
Holding the paper letters in place, trace the edges of the letters directly on to the wood sign.
Using an angled paint brush, paint the letters in Wrought Iron Black. Let the paint dry before moving on to the next step.
Position the Mid-Century stencil on top of the wood sign with the straight edge of the sunflower stencil aligning the outer edge of the sign. Trace out the sunflower shape onto the sign.
Reposition and trace extra sunflower shapes along both sides to have three in total on both sides.
Using a fine tip paintbrush, paint the inner half circle shape of the sunflower in Wrought Iron Black.
Paint the sunflower petals in Sunshine Yellow using a fine tip paint brush. Leave the paint to dry fully before moving on to the next step.
Place the leafy vine part of the stencil over the edge of the sunflower petals and trace with a pencil.
Mix equal parts Sunshine Yellow and Summer Sky Blue and then paint the leaves using a fine tip paintbrush. Let the paint dry. Add additional leafy vines along the top and bottom.
Expert Tips & FAQs
We used a 4' high x 10" wide wood sign. You can typically find precut pine or cedar at Lowe's or Home Depot, or you can have them cut you a board. It's also worth checking your local craft store for unpainted wood signs.
This project for Sunflower Welcome Sign was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/sunflower-welcome-sign/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.