This tutorial shows you how to make an easy welcome sign for under $20!
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The wood is a CraftMasters Spruce/Pine board from my local Lowes
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Measuring Tape and a rag
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How to make a stencil:
Working with larger than mat projects:
For the “welcome” part: Salt & Spices Pro Bold: https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontforecast/salt-spices-pro/bold/
+ Tails added to the sides
For the names and date: Century Gothic (Cricut Design Space)
🕊🔔💐💝🍾 HAPPY WEDDING PLANNING 🎉💍🍰🥂🕊
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