How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks

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Today I used pieces from an old trellis to create a chippy coffee sign mug holder...

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I began with an old broken trellis from my garden...

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I cut five pieces to the same length and attached them with two cross boards on the back.


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The chippy pieces can be sealed with Miss Mustard Seed Tough Coat Sealer so there will be no more chipping. It leaves a matte finish that seals without a shine.

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

I used a stencil from Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors for my design. These stencils are well made and easily customizable,  you can use all or part of the stencil for your project. 

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

The hooks for this project came from D Lawless Hardware. The hooks are inexpensive and perfect for holding mugs.

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

This chippy little sign is perfect for a small kitchen space or as a sign on a coffee bar. 

As expected, it didn't last long in the shop.

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

How to Make a Chippy Coffee Sign with Hooks www.homeroad.net

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2 comments

  1. I love this project! I'm going to start looking for chippy trellis to use. I'll bet that I'll find some before too long in someone's trash.

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  2. That chippy wood makes me happy :) Thanks for the tip on the hardware!!

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