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Do-it-yourself Marquee sign! Nothing quite as awesome as a vintage style arrow in comic book red! This was a super fun project to do with my 11 year ...
I have wanted a marquee sign for a long time...but they are very pricey! I found one I liked for over $200. I knew I could make one ...
Start with a scrap piece of plywood (we found ours on the street...love free) It was about a foot and a half tall and 4 feet wide... Make ...
Then my son used the dremel and we began cutting it out... The dremel wasn't cutting it well enough...or straight enough so we switched and cut it with ...
Next we laid it out and marked where we wanted each light to go. I tried to measure them...and then just kind of eyeballed it! :) Got a ...
I spray painted it Comic Book RED of course! After it dried...we roughed up the edges a bit... and went over them with stain to darken the wood.
Next, take all the bulb covers off the lights and staple the lights on through the backside of the wood. Then attached the bulb coverings--I love that they ...
And, then, if I had a darling front porch with a bench and cushions... this would be the perfect little addition! But our porch is small and ugly, ...
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