Rebar Welcome Sign

This project was a little different than anything I’ve done before. It was a very satisfying end result though. The lettering was made from 3/8" rebar and the border and stand was made from 1/2" rebar. Complete cost was around 12 dollars. Check out the video above for a more in-depth tutorial.Tools …By: adamf135 Continue(…)


How to Welcome the New Kid at School

Coming into a new school can be very difficult for anyone. You’re in a new environment with people you don’t know instead of your old friends. If you want to help a new kid feel welcome, making a good first impression is crucial. From there, you’ll want to help them get a handle on their(…)


DIY Stenciled Welcome Mat

Today I’ll show you how I made this cute custom welcome mat! Create stencil I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out my lettering from card stock I picked up from the dollar store. You could also use an exact-o knife to cut the stencil if you don’t have a die cut machine. I used(…)


Welcome to Wilderness Week!

Without its national parks, “America The Beautiful” might be a song about polluted skies, dirty strip malls, and gated playgrounds. The park system has lovingly been called “America’s best idea” for a good reason; even in a time when it feels like our neighbors are yelling at each other more than ever, we can all(…)


Walkway Welcome Sign

Another one of my late Great Uncle creations, this cheerful little birdie is always there to provide a welcome greeting to anyone who walks up to your door. When it’s time for your guests to leave, he’s there again to say a cheerful ‘Good-Bye" .This whimsical little sign is made from bits of scrap …By:(…)