How to Make a Barn Wood and Moss Sign

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in crafts, family room, moss | 20 comments

A trip to my in-laws farm turned up some old barn wood.

Special barn wood.

Barn wood from the family barn.

It needed a special project.

To be displayed in a prominent place.

Gallery Wall @ DaisyMaeBelle

How to Make a Barn Wood and Moss Sign @ DaisyMaeBelle

So, I gathered my supplies:

4 pieces of old barn wood

1 moss covered letter

2 thin pieces of wood

staple gun

picture hanger

How to Make a Barn Wood and Moss Sign @ DaisyMaeBelle

And, laid the barn wood “good” side down and placed the 2 thin strips of wood on the top and bottom.

How to Make a Barn Wood and Moss Sign @ DaisyMaeBelle

Then, I stapled the wood to all 4 pieces of barn wood.

How to Make a Barn Wood and Moss Sign @ DaisyMaeBelle

And, added the hanger.

DIY Barn Wood and Moss Sign

This is when I am glad to have a gallery wall.

It is just code for “there is always room for 1 more picture.”

Gallery Wall @ DaisyMaeBelle

I think it was invented by the same decorator who invented the style “eclectic.”

Again, code for “I can’t decide, so I will just go with all styles.”

Table Scape @ DaisyMaeBelle

Do you see the glass dishes?

The large one belonged to my great grandparents.

Decorating with Moss Balls @ DaisyMaeBelle

The small one without the lid was a $2 Goodwill find last week.

And, the lidded one was a gift from my mother-in-law.

I love when a collection is born.

Barn Wood Sign @ DaisyMaeBelle

Almost as much as I love when my gallery wall grows!

Life to the full!

Melissa

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20 Comments

  1. Everything looks great as always. Love the barnwood project.

  2. Love the barn wood!
    That sure is a cute pillow, too! :)

  3. Wow that really looks good. All I have left from my mothers farm is a horseshoe.
    I like the moss S and it looks very good on your wall. I also like the pillow on your couch.
    Have a great evening.
    Mary

  4. So simple, yet beautiful!!

  5. Love the Skiddie sign. My sister is a graduate. did you make this yourself or buy it. I would love to get one or attempt the DIY. thanks.

    Maribeth

  6. You are quite the inventive talent gal. Love your barn wood letter. What size is your “S”? I’ll have to get some more green moss. Been staying out of the craft stores for couple weeks so I can use what I have already at home, my, what a concept that is.
    Looks pretty simple even for me but hubs won’t let me near any tools as long as he’s around and he’s always around. That’s ok, then he can get the saw and all that good stuff out to make what I’m hankering after.
    Did you make that pillow with the bird nest on it? If so I’m deliriously envious. Shame on me but I am. I’m sure I don’t have nearly enough bird stuff in the house. More and more of it has migrated to the living room. Waiting for hubs to comment but so far since I’ve kept it tidy he hasn’t complained. Guess he figures it won’t do him any good anyway. Sigh, senior married life, sigh. Happy days girl.

  7. I love your sign! Great look! Nicole from southerncharm

  8. The wood sign is even more beautiful, because it has such special meaning to you! I love all the little touches on the wall and mantel :)

  9. Love how your barn wood sign turned out. Sometimes the simple things are the best.
    Have a great week,
    Bev
    @ Eclectic Red Barn

  10. Love your barn wood sign and the wonderful texture it adds to your gallery wall! Your definition of eclectic is perfect!!
    Mary Alice

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  12. your sign turned out so cute… I love the casual look to it. Little Bit

  13. I love this! So easy, yet ripe with memories.

  14. Love it! The whole room is wonderful!
    I’m visiting you today from DIY Showoff. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

    Burlap Ruffle Wreath

  15. What a fun sign – I love monograms!
    Kelly

  16. I find I am often clicking on your projects at linky parties! I think I should just be a follower:) I have added you on bloglovin’. Thanks for sharing this adorable project!
    Krista @thehappyhousie

  17. Love your wall collage and the sign is a perfect addition. Thanks for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  18. Your sign turned out beautifully! And I love your gallery wall motto about “always having room for one more picture”.. Ha ha! :)

    We’d love for you to share this over at our link party, Much Ado About Monday, if you get a chance! :)
    http://www.huckleberrylove.com/2013/04/much-ado-about-monday-no-5.html
    ~Emily
    http://www.huckleberrylove.com

  19. Great sign Melissa! And you have a wonderful gallery wall!

  20. Very cute and easy idea! Pinning it!

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