Not only do house numbers allow visitors to find your home, but they can also give your space an added boost of charm. You can put house numbers or house number signs smack dab on the house itself or, if you live down a long driveway, outside near the street. Wherever you place them, you can design house numbers that suit your personality and match your home’s vibe. You can DIY house number signs from a variety of materials, including scrap metal and wood, for a customized bit of charm and curb appeal.
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Mailbox House Numbers
Visitors may have a hard time spotting your house if you live down a long driveway. House number signs on your mailbox offer a great solution to this problem. This tutorial will show you how to make cute DIY address number signs for your mailbox so your visitors will never get lost again.
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DIY Colorful House Number Sign
There’s nothing wrong with a pop of color, and this DIY proves it. Follow this tutorial to a T to get this adorable house number sign for your porch, or choose your favorite colors to make it more your own.
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Address Number Decals
To make these cute custom decals, you’ll need a paper cutting tool. Specifically, this blogger uses a silhouette. Follow along to create your own address number signs. Adding your last name is an optional (but very cute) addition.Continue to 5 of 35 below.
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Wooden Monogram House Numbers
Add some personality to your address number sign with these DIY wooden monogram house numbers. Essentially, you’ll glue wooden numbers onto a large wooden monogram. Mod Podge decorative paper with your favorite pattern onto your wooden monogram and paint the address numbers to accent it.
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Colorful DIY Address Sign
Are you looking for a way to enliven your house’s exterior? This colorful and modern floral house number sign will do the trick. Don’t be intimidated—you don’t need to be a star artist here. These bloggers will guide you step by step to ensure you end up with a sign you love.
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DIY Stenciled Address Sign
Living in the woods never looked so cute! Use a stencil to create a unique address sign and hang it on a towering tree outside your home or at the end of your driveway. That way, your address sign will blend into the environment more and you can keep your home’s exterior looking clean and simple.
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DIY Mid-Century Modern House Number Sign
For less than $25 and a few hours of work, you can have this adorable DIY mid-century modern house number sign. It mounts right onto your house (or any flat surface) and you can custom stain it to match your house color.Continue to 9 of 35 below.
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Modern House Numbers
Faux grass can look tacky, but we can assure you that it doesn’t in this DIY project. By using faux grass, pre-made house numbers, plywood, and a few tools, you can create a fun modern house number sign that looks fresh and bright in sunny weather.
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DIY Herringbone Address Sign
Add some flare to a simple address number sign with this DIY herringbone sign tutorial. There’s even a video tutorial to guide you through the project. From far away, the sign looks ultra simple and sleek. Up close, it looks intricate and fancy—your guests will never guess you made it yourself.
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DIY Mosaic House Numbers
These mosaic house numbers look funky and unique. Plus, you can customize them to fit your personality. Browse the antique store to find things to decorate them with, like old keys or buttons. Then, select fun mini tiles (you can find these at most home stores) and glue them all on.
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DIY Grass House Numbers
If you’re an environmentalist with a love for natural home decor, this is the perfect DIY for you. Making these DIY grass house numbers is really simple and inexpensive, but they look amazing. Not only will they guide visitors (and the delivery man) to your door, but they’ll also show off your love of plants.Continue to 13 of 35 below.
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Standalone House Number Sign
Make your address sign a permanent outdoor fixture that doubles as a beautiful planter box for all of your favorite blooms. It’s a stunning and welcoming gesture for visitors approaching your humble abode.
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Sleek Number Sign DIY
If your vibe is sleek and simple, you will love this DIY house number sign. It’s made from plywood, dowels, and some premade address numbers that you can purchase online. It’s understated and it gets the job done without being too busy or loud.
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Charming House Number Sign
Use number stencils to repurpose an old picture frame into a charming house number sign. This DIY is suitable for beginners and it’s fairly inexpensive, given you can thrift a cute frame like this blogger did.Continue to 17 of 35 below.
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DIY Planter and Porch Decor
We love how many DIY house number planter tutorials there are out there. This one stands out among the rest because of its unique design, which will add a pop of color and texture to your front porch.
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String Art Numbers
The beautiful string art numbers in this tutorial are meant for table numbers for an event, but they could totally work as house numbers, too. Just be forewarned that they could get ruined in harsh weather, so you may want to move them inside come winter.
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House Number Sign With Wood Shims
For this DIY, come prepared with beginner woodworking skills—but don’t worry, expertise isn’t necessary. Saw, glue, and drill your way to a brand new modern-looking house number sign with raised metal numbers and wood shims.
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DIY Rustic House Number Sign
To be more eco-friendly, you can upcycle scrap wood to create this beautiful rustic house number sign. In this tutorial, they used old wood from a whiskey barrel planter that had fallen apart. The more weathered your wood is, the more rustic your sign will be.Continue to 21 of 35 below.
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Charred Wood DIY House Number Sign
This charred wood house number sign is stunning—if you make one, your visitors will not be able to stop talking about it. The best part of this project is that it only takes some lumber, a few tools, and a little elbow grease.
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Modern House Number Sign
Your house will look stylish as ever with this DIY modern house number sign, made with a large slab of wood and pre-made house numbers. You will need several supplies, including power tools, but the end result is worth the effort.
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DIY House Number Plaque
Quick, easy, and inexpensive—this house number plaque is a great beginner DIY project. You’ll just need a few tools, some metal house numbers, and a cedar fence board.Continue to 25 of 35 below.
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Pallet House Number Sign
Sometimes stores will give pallets away for free. If you spot one, snag it! Then, you can make this cute DIY address number sign to display outside your home.
DIY House Number Sign from Update My Cape
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Flower Pot Address Number
Beautify your outdoor space and display your house number with these adorable flower pots. Choose your favorite blooms to make this craft more your own. The other great thing about this DIY is that you can paint the pots any color you want. We suggest matching your home decor!
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Stair Riser Numbers
Steps leading to your front door can look drab. Give them some flair by adding your address number. You can purchase pre-made numbers from the hardware store or paint your own.Continue to 29 of 35 below.
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House Number Sign
Display your house number front and center by making this cute DIY house number sign. Pop out the glass from an old photo frame and glue black cardstock on the inside. Then, you can paint or stencil your house numbers and hang the sign with a decorative ribbon. Now be prepared for passersby to stare at its beauty!
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DIY Nautical Numbers
Give your wall-mounted mailbox a mid-century makeover by cleaning the outside, enhancing its bold color, and adding stick-on vinyl house numbers. This house number sign is simple and understated, but oh so stylish.
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House Number Tiles
DIY number tiles are a unique and sophisticated way to display your house number. Paint them to match your home. After you’ve coated them with sealant to protect them from UV and moisture damage, attach them near your door with mounting squares.
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Simple DIY House Numbers
Head to your local craft store and pick up a wood round. This will act as the base of your address number sign. Then, glue wooden house numbers onto it with wood glue, stain them, and spray them with polyurethane to protect the sign from the elements.Continue to 33 of 35 below.
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Quick DIY Number Sign
This is a quick and easy DIY project suitable for beginner DIYers who want to update their home. It’s even easier if you use upcycled wood from an old cutting board or cheese board. And if you don’t have any old ones, head to your local secondhand shop to find one for a good price.
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Custom Planter House Number Sign
If you’re a plant lover, this DIY house number sign will surely pique your interest. Adding a planter with your favorite plant to your custom house number sign will bring you joy and make your home stand out among the rest.
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DIY Address Number Buoys
If you have a beach or lake house, these DIY address number buoys will look absolutely perfect. Use scrap wood to make your own buoys, then paint them to look exactly how you want. This easy-to-follow tutorial will guide you through the process.