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Faux Stained Glass Holiday Sign #LowesCreator

For our December post, Lowes gave us the topic of “Holidays in a Hurry:” ways to spruce up our homes for holiday guests. I thought it would be fun to make a festive sign for a wall or even to hang on our door.

Tatertots and Jello Holiday in a Hurry Wall or Door Hanging

I walked the aisles of Lowe’s and stumbled upon these pebbly-textured panels that are used underneath fluorescent light fixtures in kitchens and bathrooms. It reminded me of stained glass with the way the light filters through the layers. So I thought it might be fun to make a sign using this material. Then I found these rectangular panels of wainscoting in the lumber section and I thought they would make a great frame for my “faux” stained glass holiday creation. I love it when things come together!!

 

Here’s how I made the “Faux” Framed Stain Glass Wall Hanging:

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  1. I measured the paneling section of molding and then cut the same size to the fluorescent lighting material. I cut the pebbled material with a straight edge and an x-acto knife. (If you have a long metal straightedge like a drywall square, you can use it as a guide once you’ve scored the cut — then just snap it along the straightedge for an even break.)
  2. Then I cut out some vinyl with the words “JINGLE”  and attached them to transfer paper.
  3. I spray painted the sheet red using spray paint for plastic surfaces.
  4. Once it was dry, I peeled off the vinyl – exposing the pretty pebbled material underneath!
  5. Then I hot glued the sign inside the frame.
  6. Finally, I hot glued some ribbon to the underside edges and tied it in a bow at the top so I could hang it up.

jingle holiday sign at tatertots and jello

 

PS — the honeycomb-design vases are from Lowe’s too, in their holiday section. I’m a little obsessed with them :)

 

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Have a CREATIVE Day! 

xox

Thanks to Lowe’s for the gift cards to make this project. 

 

Comments

  1. How cool is that painting. I want to go out and make decorations now. Hey great idea Lowes
    http://tricountypainting.webs.com I know they sell these painter products at Lowes,, see ya soon.

  2. This is addddorable! I just want to come live at your house Jen. Can I? :)
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  3. LOVE it, Jen!! So creative!!

  4. Super fun! Love it :)
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