Jute Letter Fall Sign & a Gallery Wall

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Sometimes the simplest projects are the cutest.

Jute Letter Fall Sign & a Gallery Wall www.homeroad.net


And why reinvent the wheel when Michael's had the perfect letters?

These jute wrapped letters were just what I wanted to make myself and there they were!

gallery wall www.homeroad.net

I bought the letters I needed to spell out FALL and white washed a piece of reclaimed wood.

I used a nail gun to nail the letters to the board then hung it from a piece of jute through original nail holes in the reclaimed board.

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The Fall sign came out beautiful and besides being simple to make, the best part was that the letters were on sale so I got them for pennies!

Jute Letter Fall Sign & a Gallery Wall www.homeroad.net

For all the details for my gallery wall... see it here.

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    1. Thanks Angie :) I blocked the mirrors so you couldn't see the mess in the living room LOL

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  2. Cool idea, Susan! I love the cheat! And your wall is fabulous!

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  3. The whitewashed wood is the perfect backdrop for the jute letters! Love the wall.

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    1. Thanks Katalina... I just bought more letters so I can make some more signs for my shop :)

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  4. Hi Susan, I love your wall! Those letters are awesome and I love the little skates!

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