Minecraft has a lot of things you can craft, but only a few let you boast your inventory or about your base. While there are a fair amount of items purely intended for decorating your in-game living space, none quite display your name.
In this article, we will talk about how to make a sign in Minecraft.
Also read: How far does water flow in Minecraft?
Signs in Minecraft
Making a sign in the game is relatively easy. All you need is the following items.
- 6 x wooden planks (can by any wood type)
- 1 x stick
Once you have the items required, you’re also going to need a crafting table because making a sign requires a 3 x 3 crafting grid, so be sure to have a crafting table at the ready. Once you do, follow these steps to make a sign.
Step 1: Walk up to a crafting table and right-click to interact.
Step 2: Place the wooden planks in the exact pattern shown below.
Once you have the sign ready, move it to your inventory.
Using a sign
Using a sign in Minecraft is just as easy as crafting one. Just walk up to the surface you want to place the sign on; this includes any block, fences, glass, other signs, minecart tracks and even chests while sneaking.
Once the sign has been placed, a text box will open to type in whatever you want to display on the sign. A sign can take four lines of text with 15 characters each, making it 60 characters. Just type your text and press the Done button, and you’re good to go.
Once you’ve placed a sign and added your text, the only way to change that text is to destroy the sign and place it again.
If you’re playing the Bedrock edition, you can colour your sign using the § symbol and the corresponding colour code as follows.
- Dark Red: §4
- Red: §c
- Gold: §6
- Yellow: §e
- Dark Green: §2
- Green: §a
- Aqua: §b
- Dark Aqua: §3
- Dark Blue: §1
- Blue: §9
- Light Purple: §d
- Dark Purple: §5
- White: §1
- Gray: §7
- Dark Gray: §8
- Black: §0
Also read: How to make a Pressure Plate in Minecraft?
Someone who writes/edits/shoots/hosts all things tech and when he’s not, streams himself racing virtual cars. You can reach out to Yadullah at [email protected], or follow him on Instagram or Twitter.