How to Make a Reversible Porch Sign | House One

24October 2020

Create this tall, double-sided word sign for your porch that can be decorated and flipped depending on the season, giving you one less item to store in your seasonal décor.

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Cost: $35
Time: 2 hours
Difficulty: Easy

This lovely porch sign can be decorated on both sides to celebrate more than one holiday or season. I’m also adding a hook for a hoop wreath on each side to make it easy to transform as the season change.

Read the step-by-step instructions below and scroll down for a list of tools, materials, and cut list needed for the project.

Steps for Making a DIY Reversible Porch Sign
1. Size the Frame Pieces
2. Apply the Finishes
3. Add the Letters
4. Attach the Frame Pieces
5. Install the Cup Hooks
6. Add a Wreath

Cut List
1 x 2 Frame – 2 @ 73 ½” (mitered on edge at 45-degrees)
1 x 2 Frame – 2 @ 12 ¾” (mitered on edge at 45-degrees)

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