Tally Ho Tavern St. Patrick’s Wood and fabric Hanging sign

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Do you ever feel like you get stuck in a rut? I love creating home decor and holiday crafts but,  often find myself making the same kind of crafts over and over.  Wood, paint, vinyl repeat… I wanted to change it up a little and incorporate some different craft technique’s.  This fun Tally Ho Tavern St. Patrick’s Wood and fabric Hanging sign will challenge you and put all different types of crafting skills to use.

Tally ho tavern finished

To create your own Tally Ho Tavern St. Patrick’s Wood and fabric Hanging sign you will need:

Thick canvas fabric cut at 8 1/2″ by 13 1/2″

wood trim 2 pieces cut at 9″

Print the tally ho tavern sign

Liquetex gel or Mod Podge

stain or Mix my faux stain

paint brushes

Damp Rag

Hot glue gun and glue sticks

Jute

You can watch the video tutorial or follow the instructions below.

Start by cutting your wood trim (I used a jig saw), you will need 2 pieces cut at 9 inches each.

tally ho wood cutting

Cut your Canvas fabric at 8 1/2″ by 13 1/2″.  You can use scissors or a rotary cutter.

tally ho cutting fabric

Apply a thin layer of Liquetex gel or Mod Podge with a paint brush all over the front side of your fabric.

tally ho paint gel

Place the printed tally ho tavern sign Paper face down centered on the fabric covered in the gel or Mod Podge.  Allow time for the paper and fabric to completely dry.

tally ho printable

tally ho appy printable

While the fabric and paper are drying.  Mix faux stain and paint the two 9″ trim pieces.  Allow time for the trim to dry.

tally ho paint wood trim

After the fabric and paper are dry with a lightly damp rag get the paper wet and gently rub the backside of the paper off, leaving the printed design on the fabric.

tally ho rub off paper

Glue the 2 stained trim pieces onto the top and bottom of the fabric sign using your hot glue gun.

tally ho apply wood trim

Attach jute rope onto the backside of the top piece of wood trim using your hot glue gun.

tally ho attach jute

How do you like to decorate for St. Patrick’s Day?

tally ho sign

 

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