Repurposed Headboard Sign

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A repurposed headboard makes a beautiful sign.

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

A disassembled free headboard made not only one sign that I donated to a very worthy cause but it made this beautiful Lunch sign as well. 

The headboards came apart very easily and gave me a pile of great pieces I'm using for several projects. 

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

I began this sign by painting the top of the headboard white with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®

Using a Lunch stencil from Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

These beautiful sturdy stencils are customizable so you can use all or part of each stencil for your project. 

For this sign I'm using the large word LUNCH and because of the size of my sign, only the bottom of the stencil served daily.

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

When the paint dried I lightly distressed the headboard edges and the lettering. 

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

The shape of this headboard was perfect for the arched word LUNCH on this stencil.


Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

Go see all of Donna's beautiful stencils. They are perfect for creating your own DIY signs.

Repurposed Headboard Sign www.homeroad.net

Stop over and see the COFFEE sign I made with the other headboard. 

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Old Sign Stencils were provided to Homeroad, all opinions are my own. 

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