Hey Friends! 🙂 My DIY Painted Wood Signs – Without Using Stencils! post was a big hit! So much so that I’ve gotten a ton of requests to make more tracable letter printables for other signs, the most popular being letters for a “Farmhouse” sign. I actually made the farmhouse sign pictured a few months […]
How to Paint Crisp Lines When Stenciling Pallets - Weekend Craft
I paint a lot of pallet signs and I share a lot of them on Weekend Craft but I have recently realized that I haven't shared my technique for how to paint crisp lines when stenciling a pallet. It's such a simple trick that can save hours of either touch up or completely redoing a sign. Nothing is worse than cutting the wood, assembling the sign, cutting the vinyl, and painting only to pull off the stencil and see that the paint had bled through the stencil.
How to Paint Perfect Signs & Graphics | Anastasia Vintage
Lately I’ve been working on lots of painted signs and furniture graphics, and I’ve been getting lots of questions on how to do them. So today I thought I’d share one of my favorite techniques for transfering images for signs and graphics. It definitely meets my criteria for go-to techniques – it’s easy, it works, andRead More
Chalkboards are the “hot new old” idea in décor for your business or home. Martha Stewart dedicated an entire article on her website to the vast creative possibilities chalkboards offer. But the best chalkboards aren’t cheap, and safely mounting a large one on a wall is no mean trick. With Versachalk’s chalkboard conta
I'm ready for Fall and for this 100* weather to go away! The first area I decorated in my home was my mantle. I have been loving the phrase "Hello Fall" and wanted to find a piece of art for my mantle. I couldn't find exactly what I wanted so I decided to make it.…
Graphite Paper Word Art Tutorial - Painted Furniture Ideas
I’ve been wanting to create this sign for my front living room for awhile, but it’s taken me a while to figure out which transfer technique I wanted to use to transfer my font and word placement to my board. Here’s the tutorial of how I used graphite paper to help create it!