Chalkboard Welcome Sign
Make your own chalkboard sign with this beautiful tutorial.
Learn how to make your own chalkboard sign with this beautiful tutorial! Create gorgeous flowers bordering a welcome script for your new door decor. Learn an incredible technique for stamping with chalk ink markers! The effect is absolutely beautiful, and you can create the loveliest chalk ink designs when you use this technique. This is a great skill to learn if you're making chalkboard wedding signs or any other signs you decide to mass produce! Get the professional look easily with this lovely project.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Project TypeMake a Project
- Bistro Chalk Markers, white and fluorescent red
- White chalk
Start with a clean chalkboard.
Rub a piece of plain white chalk over your desired stamp.
Press the stamp on to your chalkboard. If you want to stamp again, rub with chalk again. You will see faint chalk lines where you stamp.
Trace over the lines with your Bistro Chalk Marker.
Once you have drawn over your stamped lines. Allow to dry for five minutes.
Remove any remaining chalk lines with a cotton swab if desired.
How do you welcome guests into your home?
Read NextWindow Frame Seashell Crafts
Tags / Related Topics
Your Recently Viewed Projects
karawaldner 306086 2
Jul 27, 2019
With a smile, LOL, we have a welcome mat, love the sign.
budmanscreen 90815 78
Jul 22, 2019
That is a very unique welcome sign. I truly do like the way that it was done.
Jul 19, 2019
Very nice welcome sign idea. I have a welcome mat on the front door as well as a welcome flag.
Jul 18, 2019
What a beautiful Welcome sign. Thanks for the instructions. I have seasonal items I hang on my front door to welcome people.
Report Inappropriate Comment
Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action.
Thank you for taking the time to improve the content on our site.
Join our community of 5 million crafters!
- Get free craft projects, exclusive partner offers, and more.
- Information Use