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By Tammy Santana

You can easily create a welcoming front entry, with just a few low cost supplies, and a little bit of creativity. I created this welcome sign in a couple of hours, including drying time, and I love how it turned out.


Supplies Needed:

Adtech Precision Pro Glue Gun

Adtech Christmas Tree Scented Glue Sticks

Adtech Adhesive Tape Runner

Wood plank

Faux Flowers



Cardstock or adhesive vinyl

Silhouette machine or chalk marker




Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO B

Step 1: I arranged and attached my flowers to a 5x5 inch square of felt with my glue gun.


Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO C

Step 2: I created this "Welcome"  print and cut file for my Silhouette machine. I cut out the file using cardstock, feel free to download and use **for personal use only** 

Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO D

Step 3: I painted the plank with chalkboard paint and attached the "Welcome" cutout with an Adtech adhesive tape runner. You can also use adhesive vinyl as another option.


Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO E

Step 4: I added 3 strips of hook and loop tape so I can change out my decorations with the seasons and holidays. The felt sticks to the hook and loop tape nicely.


Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO F


Step 5: I used my glue gun to add rope around the back of the plank to be able to hang it on the wall.


Welcome sign by Tammy Santana PHOTO A


I really love how this project turned out! I think it looks great with the wreath I made for my front door. 


Tammy Santana PHOTO G

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