Distressed Milk and Cream Sign

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Milk and Cream distressed sign...

I love this graphic from 

Angie's blog is so awesome! 

I just love every vintage thing she creates.

milk and cream crate sign www.homeroad.net

I made this sign from a wine crate. 

I painted the wood with grey paint then sanded the daylights out of it so it was very distressed.  

Using Modge Podge I coated a reversed image, 
adhered it to the wood, let it dry, then rubbed off the paper. 
The image stays on the wood.

Read more about this transfer method here.

I added the hook to hold a wreath or something fun. 

milk and cream crate sign www.homeroad.net

milk and cream crate sign www.homeroad.net

Thanks for the inspiration Knick of Time

milk and cream crate sign www.homeroad.net

Angie shares the printable for this project here.

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  1. This turned out beautifully, Susan! I just love Angie, too!

  2. Angie is very good, but so are you!

  3. I would love to come and style with you one day!! A girl can dream, right? ;) xo

  4. Hi,
    LOVE this! I have a question about the transfer process- with your wedding chair, when you wipe with a wet sponge does some of the chalkpaint come off in the process since it hasn't been sealed yet? Thanks so much, stephanie

  5. perfect little sign - I love Angie and her projects too! And thanks so much for stopping by and letting me that you love my blog - meant alot! and why did it take me so long to follow you?!


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