Happy Wednesday, my Everyday Friends.
I am so happy to share another fabulous project by
my Crafts Contributing Editor,
Michelle at Dandelion Patina.
You will love this
Painted Wood Sign Tutorial.
Hi everyone! I’m so happy to be back at
The Everyday Home to share another simple
DIY project with you all.
I have been thinking about Spring quite a bit lately.
I even tried on a pair of flip flops I bought last year
in anticipation of warmer days.
Plus, the cold weather has taken its toll on my
mood and my skin. Blah. I have been trying to
keep myself busy by doing some organizing.
I have also been infusing my home with color
to brighten these gloomy days.
How are you dealing with the winter blues?
Painted Wood Sign Tutorial
– piece of scrap wood in desired size
– stain of your choice, I used Minwax Early
– American paint, in two colors.
(I used Annie Sloan Pure White and French Linen)
– Hazel & Ruby reusable letters,
or stencil of your choice
– sand block, hot glue
– embellishments, *optional
Steps for making the Painted Wood Sign:
1. Stain your scrap piece of wood.
2. Paint the wood with a base color (white).
This color will show as your letter color.
3. Add the Hazel & Ruby reusable letters.
4. Paint your top color over the letters.
Let the paint start to dry, then peel off letters.
5. Distress with sandpaper.
6. Curl your wire. Drill very small holes at the top of
your scrap wood. Add a small amount of hot glue
to the ends and place into the drill holes.
Embellishments are optional.
I hope you enjoyed this simple painted wood DIY project.
Click over and see how I created snowflakes in January.
I also have been busy transforming a
vintage scale with mudpaint.
And, if you could take some time to connect,
Thanks Michelle, that was a fabulous
tutorial and I can’t wait to try my hand
at this project. I have some scrap wood
just sitting in the garage that would be perfect.
How about y’all?
Did you love this project?
If so, Michelle and I would LOVE it
if you would PIN this image to your
favorite Pinterest Boards.
Join me Friday for another easy DIY Project which
I used in the flip house we are finishing up.
I will be sharing the complete tour of this home
Thank you so much for taking a few minutes of
your day to spend here with me.
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