A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs

6:57:00 AM

Welcome to my garden with a beautifully stenciled repurposed footed sign.

A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net
I've gotten a lot of requests for more information about my sign with the sexy legs so here goes... 

I began this sign project like any other sign I make... using a piece of reclaimed wood. 

This time I'm using one of my very favorite stencils from the Old Sign Stencils Garden Collection.

I'm returning to this project to give you more details on the footed sign I created for another garden sign post. 


Those gorgeous legs were spindles removed from an old headboard.



A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

I trimmed one side of the spindle with the chop saw and drilled a hole in the end just large enough to insert a metal rod.

A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

The spindles were then attached to the sign board.

A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

I painted the entire piece with Fusion Mineral Paint then began to stencil.


A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

I stenciled my garden sign using Old Sign Stencils by Funky Junk Interiors.


A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net


A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

My new sign sits securely in the ground thanks to the metal rods at the end of the legs. 

A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

A Garden Sign with Sexy Legs www.homeroad.net

Thank you Donna at Funky Junk Interiors for providing me with these 
beautiful garden stencils! 


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2 comments

  1. ahhhhh THAT'S how you did it! It looks fantastic in front of your shed too!

    Thanks for the mentions... again! :) I love this piece!

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  2. I am always looking for things to put in my garden. Great idea I might have to borrow. Thanks for sharing.

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