The moment you are snapping photos of your step by step project and realize you do not have the photo card in. OH NOOOOOOOOOO!!
Gosh, that was a bad moment. Fortunately, this project is not hard to follow, nor hard to do so I will try to give you the verbal the best I can.
I think I have like 8-10 pieces of scrap wood left from that project.
Instead of painting the scrap wood with chalky paint, I used the gel stain that I used for my plain white door. That little pint goes a long way.
I used one coat of gel stain for my sign. It dried pretty fast so I was able to knock out this project in less than an hour.
I always have my stencils on hand and if you missed my post tips for newbie crafters you can check that out.
It’s great just to pull out what you need in the moment when creativity strikes.
I wanted a little something for the kitchen that makes you feel welcome.
I used gold craft paint to stencil gather and then I used one of my rooster stencils to add just one little perky guy there on top!
Here you can get a better glimpse of my table cloth curtains. I only used one table cloth for two panels.
I used a picture hanging hook on the back and hung it over my existing rooster tile and frame.
That’s it for today. Another (almost) free project!
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I am down to 7 or 8 pieces of scrap wood. I don’t think I will make that many signs, but you never know. They may be all over the house HAHAHAHA!!~
I loved this stencil so much, I went ahead and created my very own version. In fact, I have my own stencil line now
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