LOVE Sign for Valentine's Day

Today I'm creating another easy repurposed sign for Valentine's Day using old hardware and found objects. 
Hardware Lettered LOVE Sign for Valentine's Day
I began with an old drawer front that I was lucky enough to get when a local store closed

The random pieces of hardware I have now are great for so many junk creations. 

I had a chalky oops paint that had a pink undertone and would be perfect for this neutral Valentine's Day sign. 
Hardware Lettered LOVE Sign
I gave the drawer front a couple of coats of the oops paint then let the sign dry by a fan

The fan certainly makes the drying time go faster! 

I collected pieces of random things around my workshop including a vintage clothespin, old rusty hardware, a drawer pull, and a belt buckle. 

I used E6000 glue to attach all the pieces then held them down with a weight to dry. 

These mini glues are my favorite because they don't dry out and you can use the whole tube easier. 
DIY Hardware Lettered LOVE Sign
When the glue dried I attached 2 D ring picture hangers to the back so I could hang the sign. 
DIY Hardware Lettered LOVE Sign for Valentine's Day
It's another cute sign that took no time to make and was made with all repurposed parts. 

I'm a big fan of neutral decor and this is a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day with neutral colors. 
DIY Sign using hardware for Valentine's Day
The drawer front is also thick enough to just sit on a surface like on this farmhouse sideboard I finished just recently. 
Vintage and rusty hardware sign for Valentine's Day
You can read all about the other hardware Love sign and other projects in this post by following the bold links
Vintage and rusty hardware sign

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Vintage and rusty hardware neutral Valentine's Day sign
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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .