It’s no secret that I’ve been decorating for the holidays with Nutcracker motif this year. Honestly has nothing to do with the new Disney movie and everything to do with our little skater performing in Nutcracker On Ice. Earlier in the week I even shared with you the Christmas wreaths that I made. Nutcracker themed of course! Since I love putting porch signs next to our double front doors, I knew that I also need to make a Nutcracker porch sign. So I did just that at Board & Brush.
Create A Nutcracker Porch Sign & More
I’ve discovered another hidden gem here in the Lou that is amazing. Well, rather… they discovered me first. Although I’m sure that I would have found it Board & Brush rather quickly! A few month ago the manager of the Sunset Hills, MO location contacted me to see if I’d been interesting in working together and that’s where our relationship began! From a blogger event to a gathering with friends… I love going into that creative space. In fact, I went in just this week to create a unique gift for my uncle. Stay tuned on Instagram to see what I made for him. Everything you need to make gifts or treasured pieces for your own home is right in the studio. It really was so easy to create my new Nutcracker themed porch sign.
How cool is that? It’s all right there for you to learn and create.
How To Make Your Own Nutcracker Porch Sign
When you book a class at Board & Brush, everything that you need to make your wood sign or project is provided. From stencils to high quality wood, the possibilities of your ability create are endless.
Even detailed instruction on how to distress, stain and paint the wood sign. All included!
Easy to make Nutcracker porch sign!
A workshop is typically scheduled to be 3 hours the studio is a darling place where you can socialize with friends.
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And at the end you get to take home a beautiful piece of artwork that you created! I love how the Nutcracker turned out.
He matches the wreaths on the front porch perfectly.
Go HERE to book your own workshop at Board & Brush.
Be sure to check out the other DIY craft projects on the blog HERE.