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Use a spring napkin and Mod Podge on a dollar store unfinished wood slat sign to make this spring decoupage mini sign.

make a quick dollar store spring craft

Grab some Mod Podge, a cute holiday napkin, and a dollar store mini wood sign. We’re making a super cute spring decoupage mini sign to decorate your home for spring.

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Why I love this craft

I love finding craft inspiration in unexpected places… like napkins, or greeting cards. Do you ever see the artwork on something and think you just have to keep it? That’s how I feel about the pattern on the spring napkins used in this project!

grab some napkins for a spring craft

Video Tutorial

Watch this quick video tutorial to see how this craft came together:

farm fresh flowers spring mini slatted sign
farm fresh flowers spring mini slatted sign

Spring Decoupage Mini Sign

Yield: 1 sign
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Use a spring napkin and Mod Podge on a dollar store unfinished wood slat sign to make this spring decoupage mini sign.


  • Unfinished Wooden Mini Slatted Sign (Dollar Tree)
  • Decorative Spring Napkins
  • Mod Podge (matte)
  • Parchment Paper


  1. Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this craft.
  2. Apply mod podge. Use a 1" paintbrush to apply a solid coat of mod podge onto the front of the mini slatted sign. Let the mod podge dry.
  3. Trim the napkin. Use scissors to trim the napkin piece (if necessary) to that the design is spaced over the slats the way you like. This is important mostly for any text that might get lost in the slatted spaces. trim the napkin pieces
  4. Heat press the napkin. Separate the 2-ply napkin, leaving only the ply with the print. Cut away the perforated end, leaving only the smooth part of the napkin. Lay it over the dry mod podged surface followed by a piece
    of parchment paper. Use a mini heat press to re-activate the mod podge and secure the napkin to the wood surface.
  5. Sand off additional napkin. Using a sanding block, gently sand around the wood edges to remove the extra napkin.
  6. Final heat press. Lay the parchment paper over the sign, and re-press the napkin to ensure no loose edges.


If you do not have a heat press tool, use an iron on the low setting.

The Finished Spring Sign

This quick spring craft is a great way to add a little pop of color to any space in your home!

Spring Decoupage Mini Sign

I displayed the mini sign in a small wreath on this Paint Stick Picket Fence that I made last year.

Pin this Spring Sign for Later:

dollar store spring decoupage sign
dollar store spring mini sign

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