Even though it’s the middle of winter (unless you’re a Southern Hemisphere dweller, in which case, hello and I hope you’re enjoying the summer!) — it’s always a good time to think about curb appeal and updates you can make to your home exterior. Sometimes better to think about them during the winter so you can have a really good game plan for what you want to do come spring! 🙂 I really like this house number sign — plus planter box! — that Barb is here to share today. It’s a simple design that gets the job done in style and could easily be adapted for a smaller area, or for use in a backyard with a family name, old window, or something else creative in the center. Here’s Barb to tell you all about it!
DIY House Number Sign and Planter Box
by Barb of Second Chance to Dream
Hi all you Remodelaholic followers out there. I’m Barb Camp and I blog at Second Chance to Dream where I focus on being creative and living fully alive. I love to create and re-purpose things and you can almost always find evidence of that process inside my home, aka some kind of mess.
I’m excited to share with you my House Number Sign that my hubby and I made.
This was the entrance to our driveway which is really boring. We wanted something that would really stand out! I was visiting Pinterest and I ran across this sign here and fell in love. This was the perfect project for our entrance.
I’m going to show you a step by step tutorial on how my hubby built it.
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Here are the supplies that you will need:
We then laid everything out to get the window box at the height we wanted it to be at.
Thank you so much for stopping by, Barb! What a lovely sight to come home to!
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