Flashing Lights! How to Make Your Own Vintage Marquee
Did you love our mini marquee sign? Or do you dream of seeing your name in lights? If the answer to either of these is “yes,” then you are going to go bananas over this one that is even bigger and ridiculously easy! This is a modern take on the vintage marquee signs often seen on old movie theaters, circus tens, and sometimes still show up at state fairs. We punched ours up a bit with bold Brit + Co. colors and a time saving hack of using pre-made cardboard letters.
Crafternoons with Caroline: DIY "Metal" Marquee Light
So I'm not claiming to be a crafting wizard by any means. I copy things that are super expensive and make them INexpensive! So I decided I w...
10 Fall Ideas - The D.I.Y. Dreamer
Looking for things to create this fall? How about building a wooden swing to enjoy the fall weather, baking some yummy desserts or making a deer wall art?
DIY Marquee Letters
I love big statements in decoration and design, and DIY marquee letters give you a lot of punch for little money. There are two ways to make a marquee; buy an oversized paper mache letter at your local craft store or cut a letter out of wood. There are pros and cons to both materials, although the method is the same for both. Paper mache: Takes no woodworking tools or skills, comes in limited sizes and fonts (our local store doesn't carry large numbers), inexpensive. Wood: You can choose any…