DIY House Number Planter Sign!


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This simple DIY project is a quick way to add curb appeal to your home.  Made from an inexpensive cedar fence picket and house numbers, all you will also need is a saw, hammer and some nails to build! www.innovativehealthfitness.com

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I have a fun DIY project for you today! When we bought our house it didn’t have any house numbers. After living here for some time when I would have deliveries arrive or trying to sell something on Facebook Marketplace so many people would be confused it was the right house or not. This simple DIY project is a quick way to add curb appeal to your home.  Made from an inexpensive cedar fence picket and house numbers, all you will also need is a saw, hammer and some nails to build! 

SHOPPING LIST

1 Cedar Fence picket, 5-1/2″ wide x 72″ long (can be dog eared)

6″ House numbers

Screws for attaching to an exterior wall (fastener type will depend on your siding/wall type)

Wood Glue

1 1/4 inch Finishing nails

Stain (Color of your choice)

Foam Brush

Soil and plants (of course!)

Or fake plants!

Tools

Circular Saw (This is the one we used)

5 Inch Silver House Numbers

Sawtooth Picture Hanger

CUT LIST

1 – cedar fence post @ 36″ long – back – can be adjusted to fit your house numbers’ height

3 – cedar fence posts @ 4-3/4″ long – bottom and sides

1 – cedar fence post @ 7″ – cut to fit, front piece

INSTRUCTIONS

Stain the cedar fence picket

Make cuts to the cedar fence post

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Place a small amount of glue on the bottom of the back.

Using a brad nailer and 1-1/4″ galvanized nails, attach the bottom to the back.  You could also use exterior wood screws, 1-1/2″ to 2″ long.

Glue and nail sides to both bottom and back.

Cut the front piece to fit and nail to the sides and bottom.

Attach house numbers to the back piece as instructed by house number packaging.

Drill holes in the bottom of the planter box with drill bits.

Hang planter on an exterior wall.

Helpful Links:

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5 Inch Silver House Numbers

Ryobi Circular Saw

Sawtooth Picture Hanger

Fun No Soliciting Sign

This simple DIY project is a quick way to add curb appeal to your home.  Made from an inexpensive cedar fence picket and house numbers, all you will also need is a saw, hammer and some nails to build! www.innovativehealthfitness.com
Elite Fitness Trainer Kristin www.innovativehealthfitness.com

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