Photo credit: Positively Splendid
Polka dot planters
These polka dotted planters with vinyl house numbers add a touch of cheerful, vibrant color to your front yard while helping your guests find your home. It’s easy to make with some terracotta pots and a little bit of paint. Positively Splendid has a complete tutorial where you can learn how to whip up your own.
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Whimsical flower tower
Add a touch of whimsy to your front porch with this creative and fun street address flower tower. Kathy’s easy tutorial on Cornerstone Confessions shows you how to stack the pots to create a fun look that will really make those address numbers stand out.
Photo credit: Create Craft Love
DIY address wreath
What better place to display your house numbers than right on the front door. Jill from Create Craft Love made this adorable DIY address wreath. She makes it even more personal by adding a moss-covered monogram.
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Scrap material address sign
Turn scrap materials you have lying around into a virtually no-cost address sign that will look like it came from the store. Kojo designs has a step-by-step tutorial where you can learn to make your own version that is a lovely upgrade from ordinary address numbers.
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Modern house numbers
Michelle from 4 Men 1 Lady has a modern take on traditional house numbers that couldn’t be more simple. Paint stir sticks are easily transformed into a wooden sign. Add some metal numbers and you have an address marker that will give some modern flair to the front of any home.
Photo credit: The Happy Housie
Vintage paddle sign
Something old is new again with this vintage paddle turned address sign. Blogger Krista from The Happy Housie shows you how to recycle an old paddle into a DIY address sign that’s perfect for any home with a beachy feel.
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Mod Podge address sign
If you want to have the most unique address numbers on the block, check out this tutorial from Mod Podge Rocks. The possibilities are endless when you pair scrapbook paper with scrap wood and some outdoor Mod Podge.
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Re-purposed old buckets
Inexpensive galvanized buckets are upcycled into lovely address markers that can easily be seen from the street. They are small enough that they can be moved closer to the curb on days when you may be expecting guests. Head on over to My Wonderfully Made for the details on how to make your own.
Post address sign
Create a grand entrance to your home with an address sign that your guests surely won’t miss. Flowers add a welcoming touch to this fabulous DIY from Second Chance to Dream.