How to Stencil a Grain Sack Platter

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When you find the perfect canvas, the rest is easy!

How to Stencil a Grain Sack Platter
I found this extra large wooden platter at the thrift store then brought it home and painted the top white. 

Today I'm using one of the stencils from the Old Sign Stencil collection by Funky Junk Interiors. I'm also adding affiliate links to Amazon where you can purchase some of the products I love best. Click on the bold words for links. 

I started out by spraying the back of the stencil with spray adhesive. 

The spray adhesive makes it easy to stencil the Old Sign Stencil grain sack stencil onto the center of the tray. 

How to Stencil a Grain Sack Platter

On top of the grain sack stripe I used the Lunch stencil and using a foam pouncer, stenciled on the image using several light coats of paint. 

How to Stencil a Grain Sack Platter

I love this platter and it was so easy to make!

How to Stencil a Grain Sack Platter

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  1. cute idea! I need to hit the thrift stores!


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