I spray painted it white, then taped it off and spray painted the edges black
There are a bunch of different ideas to make signs on Pinterest that I had pinned and I tried a few, but they didn’t work that great for me. So, here’s what I did:
Print large letters out onto white cardstock. Print in draft, it doesn’t matter how dark they are.
(I used Copperplate Gothic Bold, size 450 for this sign) Then, cut them out.
Trace them with a sharpie onto the sign,
and then fill in the letters with black craft paint. I went around with a black sharpie and filled in the edges, because my hand is more steady with a marker than a small paintbrush.
Then, you take some fine sandpaper, and rough it up.
And then you have a kitchen sign to hang above your painted door!
Total cost for me: nothing…I had everything on hand! Love it when that happens.
Maybe that’s my last name, maybe it isn’t. Maybe I just like the name Smith…
Do you ever add things that you’ve already finished to your to-do list just so you can have the satisfaction of crossing it off?
We’re getting there!posted deals here today!