Rustic Farm Fresh Kitchen Sign

August 3, 2016 at 2:00 AM Leave a comment

DIY Rustic Farm Fresh Kitchen Sign

It may be a delayed spring cleaning effect or I’ve been watching too many “Fixer Upper” episodes, but I’ve been in a redecorating mood. I replaced a few pieces of art around the apartment and loved how they brought a new energy to the space.

DIY Farm Fresh Kitchen Sign

By this point Ian was starting to get nervous. When would the madness end?! Would I make him get rid of his beloved movie posters?! (The answer: No, they are safe..for now.) So I decided to bring him in on the redecorating action. We stopped by the hardware store, bought a saw and 2×8, and started working on this quick and easy DIY rustic kitchen sign.

DIY Farm Fresh Kitchen Sign

Surprisingly, this only took half an hour to make start to finish. It is a fun, inexpensive way to add a bit of rustic charm to your kitchen. Here’s how you can join the redecorating fun!

Rustic Farm Fresh DIY Kitchen Sign

Supplies:

  • One 2×8 piece of wood
  • Hand saw
  • Sand paper
  • Measuring tape
  • White acrylic paint
  • Gray acrylic paint
  • Paint brushes

How To:

  • Measure out 2ft and mark it on your piece of wood
  • Using the hand saw, cut along the 2ft mark
  • Sand down the ends of the wood until the rough edges are smoothed
  • Mix the white acrylic paint with water using a 1:1 ratio
  • Paint over the wood until you reach your desired stain (I like to see the grain of the wood show through, so I used two coats)
  • Once the paint has dried, use a thin paint brush to hand paint the saying of your choice. Don’t worry about being too precise, I feel little imperfections add to the rustic charm of this DIY.
  • Let dry and display in your home!
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