A Blessing Sign

bless-food-signWhen I found this stencil I knew I had to have it.  Such meaning behind it. I already had the board to place it on so it was just a matter of getting it done.

I first painted a cupboard door with Rustoleum Chalk Paint Linen White with 2 coats.  When they dried I started to apply coats of GF Java Gel Stain and wiping them off until I got the colour I wanted.  I didn’t want them evenly applied so the sign would look slightly rustic without distressing it.  When the stain dried I applied a polyurethane top coat, 2 coats.

It went to a good home where I’m sure everyone will enjoy it.

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