Recycle some wood offcuts or purchase a small piece of wood from a hardware store for the base of your sign.  

You’ll need:

Micador Acrylic Paint

Roymac Future Brush

Scrap wood

Strong double sided tape


Step 1: Prepare the background!

Source some scrap wood (smooth is best) and roughly paint the sign in a colour that contrasts with colours you are using for the flowers and the name. Wait for the paint to dry.

Step 2: Flower power!

Dip the brush into some paint and then start pressing down on the sign. We chose a lavender farm and blue sky.

Step 3: Name your sign

Depending on their age, you can get your child to freestyle and handwrite their name. If they want something more intricate, you can lightly sketch it in graphite pencil to guide them to write in a fancy font.

Step 4: Dry and display

Allow your sign to completely dry. Lastly, attach strong double-sided tape around the back edges of the sign and affix to your child’s bedroom door.
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