DIY Farmhouse Picket Fence Sign {with Wreath}

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This farmhouse style Picket Fence Sign is easy to make, and you can hang anything you want on the front! Thanks to Krazy Glue for sponsoring this post and supplying me with some of their amazing glue!

Inspired by Fixer Upper, this Farmhouse Picket Fence Sign will look great in any room in your house!

Now that we have carpet installed, I am busily working on all the decorations for Rachel’s new room. I made this White Picket Fence Sign to hang in her reading nook. It was so much fun to make, and I love it so much, that I almost changed it to use for my own space. Wouldn’t it be great in a craft room with the words “create” on the bottom? Or on a front door with “hello”?

Farmhouse Picket Fence Sign with Wreath- an easy home decor project!


Lucky for Rachel, I let her keep this sign. 🙂 If you’d like to make one of your own, just follow the tutorial below.

Farmhouse Picket Fence Sign


-Boards (I used 1/4″ thick poplar boards that are 3″ wide. I got them at Lowe’s.)
Krazy Glue Craft Gel
-Wooden Knob
-Chipboard letters
-Paint and paintbrush
Sawtooth picture hanger
-Hammer, nails, pencil
-Wreath (buy or make one)
-Saw (optional- You can have your boards cut to size at the lumber store if you prefer.)

1- If you didn’t get your boards cut at the store where you bought them, cut them to size. My vertical pieces are 18 1/2″ long, and my horizontal pieces are 16″ long. You can use any size you like! Paint or stain them.
White Picket Fence Sign Tutorial2- If desired, sand the edges of the boards to add a little dimension and that cute distressed look.Picket Fence Sign with Wreath3- Lay all your boards out exactly the way you want them. Since you will be working with Krazy Glue, it’s a good idea to cover your workspace. I used an old sheet.How To Make a White Picket Fence Sign4-Use a pencil to mark the edge of the top board. Then lift it off and add Krazy Glue to the slats underneath.White Slat Sign with Wreath5-Place the horizontal board on top of the glue, and press down firmly for 30-60 seconds. Then repeat for the other end of the sign.Wood Slat Sign Tutorial6- Paint your knob and your chipboard letters in the color of your choice. I used latex paint, but acrylic craft paint would be just fine.Picket Fence Home Decor Sign7- While the paint is drying, attach a picture hanger to the back of your sign. Trust me, it’s much easier to do before you attach the knob to the front. I may or may not have learned that in a previous project. 😉White Wood Slat Sign Tutorial8- After the paint is dry, attach the knob to the top slat using a bit of Krazy Glue. Hold in place for 30 seconds.White Picket Fence Sign with Krazy Glue9-Attach your letters to the bottom slat, again using just a bit of Krazy Glue. It holds really well, and you don’t want to use too much or it seeps out underneath.White Slat Sign TutorialLooks pretty cute already, doesn’t it?

DIY Picket Fence SignNow all you have to do is hang a wreath.  I made a simple ruffle wreath, and it is just perfect for my daughter’s room!

This farmhouse picket fence sign is easy to make, and will look gorgeous on any wall!

This is the first time I have ever used Krazy Glue Craft Gel for a craft project, and I actually really liked it, especially because it dries super fast, and it dries clear. It comes in a larger tube, so you can work on larger projects without running out.  I also love that the lid just snaps on rather than screwing on, because it doesn’t get stuck on!

If you like this project, I’d sure appreciate it if you’d share it!

Diy Picket Fence Sign

Here are a few more DIY projects you might enjoy!

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  1. Kara I love this! It is so adorable and perfect for a girls room.

  2. Love this Kara! The wreath and fence are just the perfect size! Thanks for linking up at Motivational Monday!

  3. This is so cute! I love how simple it is to make, too! I bet it looks so cute in your daughter’s room. You can never have enough places to hang things! 🙂 Visiting from The Creative Exchange! We’d love for you to link up at our party as well, Motivational Monday!

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