Vintage metal signs and marquee signs are all the rage right now. You can literally find them gracing the shelves of every home décor and craft store. Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches found a way to replicate the look using plywood, carriage bolts, and spray paint. Corey only paid $4 to make both an arrow and EAT sign since she already had the wood on hand. I am totally obsessed with arrows and would love to snatch that one right off Corey’s wall!
Corey was inspired by pieces like the Arrow Marquee from PB Teen.
Find out how to make your own faux metal wall art at Sawdust 2 Stitches.
Tuesday 9th of June 2015
Awesome article! I love vintage marquee signs like this, and have been wanting to make something for the kitchen. I liked her "eat" sign, but I may want to go with something else, I'm not sure what. It's good to know how to make these now, though :)
Friday 12th of June 2015
That's the beauty of DIY - you can customize it to whatever you like! :-) Thanks so much for reading and taking the time to comment.