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Decorative Round Wood Hanging Home Sign

 Hi everyone, happy August! I hope you are well. I've started my countdown to Autumn. I'm honestly ready for that Autumn breeze. Until then, I will continue to bring you all some of my favorite creations. Today we're creating a fun decorative round hanging sign. I picked up my round plywood sign from my local Dollar Tree, and I figured I'd create a quick, and simple hanging sign. 

Video Tutorial


One round plywood hanging décor

One bow-or ribbon to create your bow

Paint- I'm using two colors. Mineral, and chocolate bar


One ruler 

Hot glue

One home wood decoration

One pencil



Begin by taking your ruler, and placing it in the middle of your wood decoration. We are just creating two sections on our round wood decoration. Take your pencil, and draw a straight line across. You will end up with two sections on your wood piece. 

Next, take your paint, and begin to apply your paint to one section. I used a smaller paintbrush when applying my paint near the line. I also used a blow dryer when drying my paint. 

After you have applied your first paint color, take your second paint color, and add it to the other section of your wood. Repeat the previous steps.

Using scissors cut a medium section of twine. Apply a thin layer of hot glue over your line. Add your twine over the line in the middle of your wood circle. 

Take your hot glue, and apply a small amount onto the back of your home wood decoration. I added my home word décor on the bottom section of my sign. 

Now you are ready to add your greenery. I added three small sections of greenery. Apply a little hot glue onto each one, and add them around your home wood décor. 

If you have a bow, take your bow, and add it to the top section of your sign. I created a simple bow using some ribbon I had on hand. 

Your wood-hanging sign is now complete, and ready to display. I hung my sign-up on my front door, and I absolutely love how it turned out. 

 Thank you so much for stopping by, and creating with me. I'll see you soon.

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  1. I like it, looks nice! Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 98. Shared.

  2. Oh my, this is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

    I would love to invite you to share your post on my Tell It To Me Tuesday link party, and have the chance to be featured. You can find the most recent one at I hope you to see you there!

    1. Lyndsey, thank you! I'll swing by your link party here shortly. :)

  3. Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at the #UnlimitedLinkParty 133. Pinned.

  4. I'm featuring you this week when the next To Grandma's house we go link party starts - thanks for sharing with us!


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