Scrabble Tile Wood Sign

Good morning! I hope you are all doing fine wherever you are. I am doing good on this end.  We had a  nice sunny weekend and I wish this weather was here to stay, but we have more rain in the forecast this week. I posted this project before, but figured this was perfect for another spring and for using up some of the stuff I have at home.

I still have  quite a few pieces of this painted wood and I found some scrabble-like letters in my scrap-booking stash, so I decided to put them together. I came up with some spring-like words and tried to keep them about the same length, but some are longer than others. I started by laying them out on the board.scrabble-letter-spring-sign

I figured out I would need 3 inches between the bottom of one line of letters and the top of the next. I used a ruler and drew lines across so I would know where to line up the letters.

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I added a line of glue just below the pencil line and started gluing on letters, making sure they were centered. I didn’t measure for the center, I just eyeballed it, but you can certainly do that.

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total aside: I did change the spelling of blossoms!

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I had some blank spots where I had to fill in, so I found some cute spring flowers from my scrap-booking stash too and after playing with it for a bit, found the right combinations. I ended up using only the yellow and pink.

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I love how it turned out! It’s the perfect touch for my entryway.

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I added a spring banner, some cute little eggs in a nest and a bird in a lantern.

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I’ve been using this sign for a couple of years now, and I still love it!

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Have you been having lovely spring weather too or are you still buried in snow? I hope you all have sunshine!! Thank you for stopping by today!

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Easy St. Patrick Day Ideas

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day! Are you ready? Do have your green on? I found a few simple and quick ideas you can still get done before tomorrow!

This is such a cute idea for your kiddos! I would have done this with my preschoolers, but it’s good for older kids too.

rainbow shamrock craft: make a tie-dyed shamrock suncatcher for St. Patrick's Day

Kids love to marble paint! And every design looks great! Add a little gold glitter to look even more festive!

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Looking for some snacks? This looks delicious!

How to Make Leprechaun Bark

I actually made this one for my Bunco group! They loved it! Just be sure to use small cups or buy lots of Skittles! There aren’t many red ones in the bag.

Maybe you need a little healthier snack? I love the rainbow!

how to make a rainbow fruit tray

Or maybe all green!

Get your kids in the holiday spirit with this St. Patrick's Day snack idea. All you need is your favorite green fruits and veggies and favorite dip!

Here is a cute wreath to hang on your door or in your house. And it’s all made from the Dollar Tree!

St Pats Day Dollar Store Decorations

This banner is adorable! I love the sparkly shamrocks!

Really easy book page glitter shamrock banner, perfect for St Patrick's Day decor! |via LollyJane.com #stpatricksday #banner

Here’s a free printable for you to enjoy too!

I hope you have a lovely green day!!

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