I initially shared some of my wood crafts (see here) that I hoped to do with all of our left over wood from our attic. Well I’ve made some progress, and wanted to share one of the first ones finished, it’s an easy DIY for your outdoor decor.
After the cutting was complete I wanted to create a faded chevron pattern, so I free handed the pattern with white paint on the tags. After that dried, I sanded down significantly so the pattern was faded, enough for the wood grain to show through. Next I carefully free-handed the ‘give thanks’ on the tags, with a permanent marker. For the finishing touches, I found some old rope that the previous owners so generously left at our house and eyeballed the length and cut! Tied a knot, and done. Please I was able to use supplies from around the house, this virtually cost me $0 to make, just a couples hours here and there after work!
I gained inspiration for this from ‘That’s My Letter‘ – although the tags she made are much larger, I might go back to the drawing board and see if I can make mine a bit larger (with more scrap wood). The best part about these, is they can be reversible for the next holiday, I plan to share the flip side in an upcoming post (hint: green and red).