Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign

Okay, so this craft is a little different than what you’d normally see for a wood sign. I found this particular sign in Target’s dollar spot, but I’ve seen other wood signs in stores with images burned or carved into them with all sorts of different designs. Yes, of course, it’s fine as is with just plain wood, but I had other plans. I love having brightly colored decor for Spring (and Summer, too) so I thought I could treat this like a coloring page and Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign. Permanent markers are a must and just to be safe, I sealed it with a clear coat to keep the colors from running. What’s funny is that even though this craft is simple, it still took a while to color in all of the leaves and flowers and stay “in the lines” lol.

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign DIY Craft Tutorial
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Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign


  • Burned or Carved Wood Sign
  • Permanent Markers
  • Spray Sealer

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Materials

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign

1. I recommend testing out your markers on a piece of paper or wood scrap before you start coloring your sign so you can make sure you like your color choices.

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 1

2. Color away! You should color in the same direction as the wood grain for the best coverage. It’ll also help keep your marker tips intact. Once you’re done coloring, let it dry for a bit.

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 2a

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 2b

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 2c

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 2d

3. Lightly spray some sealer over the colored area. Make sure to shake the can very well beforehand and spray at least six inches away. You don’t want to make the colors run while trying to keep the colors from running.

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Step 3

That’s it! Easy peasy. Like I said before, this isn’t an overly complicated craft to complete, but just like with coloring pages, it can take a bit to color everything in the way you want. For me, choosing the colors I want to use takes almost as much time as the actual coloring!  It’s great, though, because you can use your creativity to choose the perfect colors for your particular sign. So would you try to Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign?

Color a Spring Floral Wood Sign Complete

If you like this project, you might like my Upcycled Wood Sign for Spring which may also be wood and Spring themed but Looks completely different than this one. If you’re looking for more crafty ideas involving coloring, be sure to check out Favecrafts for inspiration!
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now let’s see how Spring inspired the rest of our crafty friends!

Shani  |  Sunshine & Munchkins • Anna  |  Practical and Pretty
Ali  |  Home Crafts by Ali • Christine  |  Swordfights & Starry Nights
Meg  |  The Kusi Life • Candice  |  She’s Crafty
Lauren  |  A Life of Love and Joy • Amy  |  Leap of Faith Crafting
Jaclyn  |  The Dotted Nest • Victoria  |  Dazzle While Frazzled
Sydney  |  Tastefully Frugal • Julia  |  The Quiet Grove
Pam  |  P.S. I Love You Crafts • Marie  |  The Inspiration Vault


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About Marie Dabbs

Hi, I'm Marie. I've been obsessed with crafting for most of my life. I love to experiment with new crafting techniques as well as making the classics. Over the years and after three kids involved in various activities, I discovered my other passion, event planning. I love making my own decorations and styling rooms for parties. I'm at my happiest when I can combine crafts and party styling. It's so much fun!

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