DIY 9 Wood Signs out of 1 Project Panel

DIY 9 Wood Signs out of 1 Project Panel

Here is an affordable way to get quality wood signs for your home. I will also show you how to make some reversible so you do not need to store them when the holidays are over. This is a really easy build for beginner builders.

For a tutorial on how to make the vinyl click on this link:

– 1- 2ftx4ft plywood project panel (I used 1/2 in)
– 4 or 5 – 1×2’s
– Wood stain (I used Minwax Dark Walnut and Varathane Briarsmoke
– Chalk paint
– Vinyl and transfer paper

Sign sizes:
– 3 Rectangular signs – 25 1/2 in wide x 9 1/2 in tall
– 2 Square signs – 13 1/2 x 13 1/2
– 1 Tall rectangular sign – 12 1/2 in wide x 25 1/2 in tall

Plywood Cut list:
– 3 rectangular at 7 3/4 x 23 3/4
– 2 squares at 12 x 12
– 1 rectangular at 23 3/4 x 11




blanca ortega says:

Please share printable text . Love all!!

Tara Goulden says:

would love to see how you made the lettering


Making these signs double sided is brilliant! New sub 👍🏻❤️ Happy Holidays!

Laurie W says:

What font did you use for Joyful & Thankful?

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Olivia Rasaqa says:

New subscriber… love your channel

George Hellion says:

Show me how to do this without your cutter that creates more waste. Not a DIY

Master Of None says:

Very helpful, thank you for sharing!

Emily R says:

What is it your using to put the borders on your wood signs? The tool your using

ctcacednjlcj says:

are you using regular 1×2's that are roughly $1 or are you using the kiln-dried ones?

Angela Hatch says:

What brand of paint do you use? Thank you for sharing, I love your tutorial .

Jaime Schneider says:

I need to find out where you get the stencils……

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