Post # 1
I saw this on Pinterest, and am in LOVE! Does anyone know where I can find numbers like this? I was thinking about getting large “house numbers”, but I think it may be an ordeal to get them to stand on their own. Has anyone seen something like this for sale at craft stores or online?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2014 - Italiano's Humble
all the craft stores carry them in the wood/craft section. Hmm, I think walmart might actually carry them also. I’d love to do the rhinestones, but i SO do NOT have that kind of patience!!! So, I’m doing dark red painted ones, with a few rhinestones on the corners to enhance them.
Post # 4
Michaels, JoAnn Fabrics, all the craft stores should have them like the PP said. You could always glitter them if you don’t want to spend the time and $$ to cover them with rhinestones!
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Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
I got mine from ACMoore. Michael’s probably has them?
Post # 7
@KC720: ETSY!!!!! You will find several options there. This is similar to what I want to do so I’ve looked into it a lot. I will need numbers 1-30, and I found that I could get them unfinished for about $150 or already glittered for about $300.
Post # 8
@KC720: PP +1
Joann’s (you can order them online)
save-on-crafts (online as well, shipping can be a little pricey though)
good luck 🙂 they’re adorable looking, love the idea!
Post # 9
I did mine slightly differently- but I could have added glitter pretty easily for that look. I bought the numbers at JoAnn Fabrics (but Michaels, hobby lobby has them too), sanded it down and painted a coat of gray and then a coat of shimmery gray. Then did the same with the base and glue-gunned them together.
I saw a ton on Etsy however, so you could definately buy them on there. I saw kits to make your own and finished numbers.
Post # 10
All of the craft stores are going to have the same or very similiar fonts. I got my numbers at Hobby Lobby and I have seen the same font a thousand times over. I think given the oppurtunity again I would look online to find something a little more unique.
The one that you posted def looks like someone cut four or five sheets (from like wood sheets?) of the number and then glued or clamped them together. That would be super labor intensive!! But that would help them stand up.
Post # 11
I went to Menards and got them in the house number department