Disney DIY: Bring the Magic of Disney into Your Home with this Disneyland-Inspired Sign

IMAGE SOURCE: JESSICA MCDONALD | DISNEY FAMILY

Bring a touch of magic into your home with this Disneyland-inspired name sign. The vintage-style craft is the perfect addition to a nursery or kid’s room. With just a few supplies, this nostalgic DIY can be all yours!

IMAGE SOURCE: JESSICA MCDONALD | DISNEY FAMILY

What You’ll Need

  • Letter stencils
  • Black, gold, pink, blue, green, off white, and yellow felt
  • White-colored pencil or chalk marker
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Needle and thread
  • Golden yarn
  • Thumbtacks (optional)
IMAGE SOURCE: JESSICA MCDONALD | DISNEY FAMILY

How To Make It

  1. Hot glue your letters onto each of your smaller rectangle pieces. Then hot glue or sew the gold rectangle pieces underneath.
  2. Using a needle and thread, sew together each of your rectangle pieces together to make one large name sign.
  3. Cut 4 pieces of yarn at varying lengths, ranging from 6-8″.
  4. Cut out 4 triangles from the different colored felts to be the flags above your name sign. Then, cut out 4 larger triangles from the gold felt to frame the flags.
  5. Hot glue or sew the colored flags onto the gold frames. Next, use your needle and thread to sew the yarn to the flags.
  6. Arrange the yarn above the name sign to your liking, then sew together.
  7. Cut out 4 triangles from the different colored felts to be the flags above your name sign. Then, cut out 4 larger triangles from the gold felt to frame the flags.
  8. Hot glue or sew the colored flags onto the gold frames. Next, use your needle and thread to sew the yarn to the flags.
  9. Arrange the yarn above the name sign to your liking, then sew together.
  10. Hang the sign on your wall by using thumb tacks in each of the flags. Make sure the yarn looks straight and taut!

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Source: Disney Family 

 

Kristi is the Media and PR Director for The Kingdom Insider. She's a lifelong Disney fan and grew up spending her family vacations at the Happiest Place on Earth. She resides in Florida with her husband and two boys, ages 4 and 6.