We state GO BIG with a giant greeting card when it comes to Christmas decorations for your yard. With a couple of tools, some plywood, and outside paint you are going to be prepared to show your holiday spirit. Follow together with our tutorial to understand the way to this make your lawn the neighborhood attraction this year. Two – bits of 4-ft. x 8-ft. 1 – a bit of 1/2-in. Using a saw, cut pieces of 3/4-inside. 7-ft. x 4-ft. This is going to be the card’s inside and front page. Next, with 1-in. x 3-in. Pine, cut 4 bits, in 48 inches and 4 bits, in 851/2 inches. These bits will frame each page of the card out. NOTE: When cutting on timber clamp it down into a surface. Wear work gloves and safety glasses, earplugs because your gear requires.
Roll Behr Premium Plus EXTERIOR paint Ultra Pure White. Paint both bits of plywood front and rear allow them to dry. Dry time changes based on the surroundings. Print out use stencils or letters to your lettering in your card. Enormous scale letters were printed out by us, then cut them off. Once the total design was bought and finalized, we tracked with a pen across the outline of every letter. Using Behr Premium Plus EXTERIOR and a good artist’s brush paint Hills of Ireland fill in the letters, Dark and green Crimson red. Using Behr Premium Plus EXTERIOR paint snowflakes, Gingko Green and trees. Using the 1-in that is red. x 3-in. Trim you cut in Step 1, then framework the two pieces of plywood out to provide a much look to them. Attach the bits employing a finish nailer plus a few 11/2-inside. finishing nails. Utilizing the complete nailer, attach to the plywood. With all the plywood lying level, utilize your drill to attach 1 side of each strap to the”interior” of this giant greeting card and utilize touch-up paint in order that you are the hinge is camouflaged. Now offer card a spot in your yard to the giant greeting card. It’s jumped to a popular Christmas lawn decoration. Check more DIY jobs on The Home Depot Blog. Follow our DIY Projects plank Pinterest for many additional DIY tutorials and thoughts.
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