A Decorative Sign

img_7046This is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time.  Painting a sign.

 It was quite the process.  I scoured the web for hours looking at stencils, words and phrases to put on a sign, colours, painting techniques and whatever else there was.  Boy, the internet is full of ideas.

I finally decided on this combination.  So easy to do and the look is fantastic.  I obtained a piece of wood and painted it white. Then stenciled on the word Kitchen in black Rustoleum Chalk Paint.  When all was dry I sanded the top of the board coated the whole board with Minwax and it was done.

Love the look and I will definitely be making more of these.

img_7047img_7046Love this sign.  Be on the look out for more.

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