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One thing I found while researching the subject is that it is very easy to recreate!

Let’s take a look at the steps involved in the making of your own signs!

Materials

1.5m length of timber

Paint (I used Rust-Oleum #1025 Sand-A-Glo Clear)

Step 1: Prep Work

Cut off the bottom of the length of timber. Mark the length against the wall or fence and cut down with scissors.

Step 2: Cutting & Prep

Cut two pieces of a 2m length of 2.25mm thick timber. You can use any size. The first piece is a ‘charm’ piece and will go around the back of a door, while the second will be used as a window sill.

I used 2mm 2.25mm for the second piece, which I then cut down to size and nailed it.

Step 3: Attached

I used an adjustable piece (about 14mm thick) to attach the top piece on top of the ‘charm’.

The wooden sill is then stapled or screwed onto the top side of the arm that will be attached to the wall.

Step 4: Attached

The sill will need some additional nails. Cut a length or two of 3mm wire that is a few inches long and a few inches narrower than the end of the sill. The nails should come through the sill.

Step 5: Attached

The sill will need some additional screws. Cut 3mm wire that is a few inches long and a few inches narrower than the end of the sill. The screws should come through the sill.

Once the sill has been attached it sits down against the wall and is ready to use.

(click on above image to enlarge)

Step 6: Attached

The sill is now finished and ready to be used.

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Sides for Two Doors – Rust-Oleum # 1025 Sand-A-Glo Clear I used 1.75m lengths for the doors and 1.25m for the door to the left. To get the right size and width it is easiest to double up the shorter lengths. The longer lengths are then screwed onto each other so that the door is closed off after only 3 or 4 screws. I had to use a little extra screwing force for this. (click on above image to enlarge)

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