Distressed Fall Signs

6:00:00 AM

Here is a little peek into 
what I am doing this weekend...

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You see... while perusing Pinterest
I ran across some great fall signs created on the 
sides of old drawers.

They were made by Christina from

Christina is nice enough to share the templates for 
these beautiful signs... so I was nice enough to use them :)

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Believe it or not I didn't have any drawers laying around
but I did have a whole bunch of routered mahogany boards
that I picked up at a garage sale not too long ago...

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I painted the boards with a dark color.... 
some were ASCP Graphite and some French Linen. 

Next I gave them a quick 
coat of Old White. When the Old White dried I used
Christina's print out and graphite paper to transfer the 
image onto my boards.  

I then hand painted the words and pictures.

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Thank you Christina... these new Fall signs are awesome!

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  1. Ooooooh, love them! I just bookmarked the page. Wondering if my hubby has any wood scraps I can use! Thanks for sharing, Susan.


  2. You did a great job on your signs, super cute!

  3. Susan, these are so cute! They would look great on an old fence panel or above a mantel or even just sitting on a bale of hay. Cute ideas for fall decorating on a budget.
    Michelle @ Dandelion Patina

  4. You did an awesome job, Susan! Thanks for the shout out! :)

  5. Love your new signs! Now you've gotten me in the mood to make some!!!


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