You need to be cutting angles to make them true Pottery Barn Buoys look alikes! The numbers? Peel and stick vinyls!
Her husband was cutting angles for her buoys with a miter saw, here a circular saw is used, which you are probably more likely to own. So you (have your husband) cut all the guidelines out on each side! Once done, drill out a hole near the top, then sand your wood buoys and distress if desired. For the full detailed tutorial, visit Stephanie here!