Bakery Sign

 

I absolutely LOVE this sign.  A piece of board was stained with Minwax Dark Walnut.  When it  was dried then I applied Rustoleum White Linen.  Next I applied my Bakery stencil with Rustoleum Charcoal, distressed the piece and coated it with Minwax Polycrylic .  Next the Mayor placed all what I call do-dads on the back so it could be hung.  With a few little adornments hung on it, gave it look like it was done by someone who knew what they were doing.

55.00

6 Comments

    • Baba says:

      THANK YOU JELICA AND YOUR WELCOME. I LOVE DOING THESE SIGNS AND I LOVE TO SHARE WHAT I HAVE DONE TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE.
      GLAD TO KNOW YOUR HUBBY IS IN CHARGE OF THE DO-DADS.

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