Vintage Screen Coffee Sign

4:30:00 AM

When a friend gave me an old window screen I knew just what to make...

Vintage Screen Coffee Sign www.homeroad.net


Stenciling on screens was a thing back in the day. 

People stenciled their screen doors back in the 70's so I knew it worked well. 

Vintage Screen Coffee Sign www.homeroad.net

I used one of my favorite stencils from Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors.

I gave the back of the stencil a spritz of spray adhesive then laid it onto the screen. 

I used a light amount of paint on my sponge roller and rolled over the stencil.

I am using a white paint with my stencil so it shows up on a dark wall. If you are going to hang this on a light wall you would want to stencil with a darker paint. 

In about a minute I had a beautiful stencil on this old screen.

Vintage Screen Coffee Sign www.homeroad.net

I added repurposed faucet hooks to the bottom and created a gorgeous vintage coffee sign in no time.

Vintage Screen Coffee Sign www.homeroad.net


Visit Old Sign Stencils for a large collection of beautiful quality stencils.




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8 comments

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    1. Thanks so much Sandi and thanks for visiting! :)

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  2. I've never thought about making a sign out of a screen. So clever, Susan!

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    1. We used to stencil on screens back in the day... the look is different now but the process is the same :)

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  3. Love your screen and choice of stencil!! Have a wonderful week!!

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  4. Susan

    I love how your coffee sign screen turned out. It's so darn sweet!

    gail

    pinning!

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    1. Thank you my friend! I'm very happy with it too and I hope it sells at the craft fair this weekend! Wish me luck :)

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