I found this cutest Tic Tac Toe unfinished wood board at Hobby Lobby and I wanted to turn this into a cute Valentine Sign! With just a few extra supplies I had in my stash, I did just that!
Supplies I Used for my Tic Tac Toe Sign
- Unfinished Tic Tac Toe Board
- Unfinished wood heart
- Craft unfinished wood cubes: I found these in the craft section at Dollar Tree and unfinished wood section at Hobby Lobby
- Scrapbook paper: I found this white and black Wedding Words scrapbook paper
- Dixie Belles Caviar and Muscadine Wine Chalk Mineral Paint
- Mod Podge
- Fiskar Self Healing Mat, Cricut craft knife, sandpaper or sand block.
- Mod Podge in matte
- Hot glue and glue gun
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Making my tic tac toe sign
I just happened to come across this Tic Tac Toe board at Hobby Lobby in the unfinished wood section!
And I needed a few more fillers for my Valentines tiered tray decor, so I thought I could turn this into a cute sign!
I already have the paint, scrapbook paper and wood heart cutouts in my craft stash so I am ready to go!
Now, I painted my letters in dixie Belle’s Caviar, plus I painted the grooves of the board.
Next I painted my unfinished wood heart in Muscadine Wine.
I was hoping after I decoupage my scrap book paper on the board, I could use my sand paper and expose the grooves.
But that didn’t work out.
If I make another Tic Tac Toe Board Sign, I plan to measure the squares of the board.
Then cut and glue the scrapbook paper on the board.
I had to go back and paint around the edges and backside of my board in Caviar.
But after I decoupaged my scrapbook paper on, and my letters and heart were dry, it’s time to assemble!
Using my favorite hot glue gun, I hot glued the X’s, O’s, and Heart in place.
Before hot gluing my Heart in place, I used one of my wood cubes first and glued that on so my heart would stand out.
Finally I made my “stand”.
I grabbed four wood cubes, hot glued two of them together.
Once these are ready, I then hot glued these to the backside of my Tic Tac Toe Sign on each side to help my sign stand upright.
I found the best way to get the sign to stand the way I like it.
I add glue to the cubes, hold my sign the way I want it to stand and then butt my cubes up to it, and hold until cured.
Then I repeat this for the second set of cubes.
That is it!
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