Cut one of the pieces of plywood into two pieces, one at 12" x 11" and the other at 3" x 12". The bigger piece is for the name of the inn, and the small piece is for the "vacancy" part of the sign. Sand the edges of each piece smooth. Create curved corners on the top of the 12" x 15" piece of plywood. We used a dinner plate and a ruler to trace two equal curves; you could also use a compass or a protractor.
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