Repurposed Wine Box Hand Stenciled Signs

3:49:00 PM

Today I'm making rustic signs from something that 
is pretty easy to get your hands on.

Wine box signs using Old Sign Stencils

Wine boxes. (with or without the wine)

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Sometimes you can even pop into the liquor store and they will give you one or two. 

I began by taking apart an old wine crate that I had at home. This crate was stained already so I was half way there. 

white washed wine bottle wooden pallets

I gave each piece a quick dry brush with white chalky paint.

I'm using stencils I got from Funky Junk Interiors called Old Sign Stencils and you can see the whole collection here...

These gorgeous stencils are big and beautiful, sturdy enough to last for as long as you need them. 

Wine bottle wood using Old Sign Stencils

I stenciled each board from the wine box using black craft paint with a different stencil.

When the paint was dry I lightly sanded over the edges and over the top of the words with fine grit sandpaper.

Wine box rustic signs

I loved how each one of them came out. These signs are rustic and distressed and will hold up well outdoors. 

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  1. oh I love those Susan! Classic white and black never fails! I believe you have the encouraged me to get a paintbrush wet today. ❤


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