All You Need is Love...

5:21:00 PM

Here is how I turned an old set of 
chippy, paint dripped, 3 legged sawhorses I found 
into an awesome piece of rustic art.

All you need is love pallet art

I cut off the legs, cut them to the same length, and screwed them all together...

All you need is love pallet art

I printed out the words I wanted to use on the computer and using carbon paper I traced each word onto the wood...

All you need is love pallet art

I outlined each word with a paint pen then 
hand painted the letters with black paint.

All you need is love pallet art

And so even though I didn't get a very cool set of saw horses...

 I did end up with a beautiful new chippy, painty sign!

All you need is love pallet art

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  1. no way, i love it, so pretty xxx

  2. I love this, I have got to find some old wood! It looks awesome!

  3. All you need is imagination..... and you got that.


  4. just beautiful susan , i am always in awe of your eye for a great piece of art from a piece of unloved wood , tfs

  5. I love your sign! I need to find some old wood sawhorses although I'd like to make a desk out of them.

  6. Love it,, I love old and rustic. Looks great paired with that photo too.

  7. Susan,
    I love you sign. You do the best projects.


  8. So cute! I love old wood. I need to go through my stash and make a sign like this!

  9. I was reading your 'pot rack' post, and then this "love is all you need" got my attention and this is just amazing...


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