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DIY Copper Wedding Signs

I had fun making DIY signs for a recent wedding in Portland. The bride and groom have a laid-back, hip Portland style and I wanted something to match that aesthetic. These signs were super easy and it was great to be able to customize the chalkboard signs with chalk.

DIY copper wedding sign

Here are the supplies I used from JOANN's. I unfortunately didn't take too many more photos of the process, but hopefully the list of supplies is helpful in recreating this look.

- Metal hoops (in copper color. I used 18 in and 12 in sizes)

- Leather cord (I used light brown)

- Welcome sign (I found this one on clearance at Joann's)

- Thin wood pieces (lots of cheap options for this at Joann's based on the shape and size you like)

- Chalkboard paint (to paint the wood pieces)

- Copper wire to attached the fresh Eucalyptus and flowers

After I painted the wood pieces, I glued them onto the signs with a glue gun. Then I tied the leather cords onto the top. I attached some fresh cut Eucalyptus leaves and flowers onto the signs day of the wedding. Then I wrote the signs in with chalk.

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