Rustic and Distressed Large Coffee Sign

Combining my love of rustic sign making with 
my love of coffee!

Rustic and Distressed Large Coffee Sign DIY

Today I'm using different parts and pieces of several of my favorite Old Sign Stencils to create this distressed coffee sign. 

I began with a vertical length of reclaimed wood with some chips and dings down the side. 

Using one of the new grain sack stencils from Old Sign Stencils I put a light grey stripe down the center of the board. See how thick and sturdy that stencil is?

Add a grain sack stripe using a stencil on a sign.

On top of that I stenciled the coffee cup from the Homestead Blend Coffee stencil.

I needed the word COFFEE to be vertical and larger than the writing on the stencil so I cut one from vinyl using my Silhouette Vinyl cutter

Rustic and Distressed Large Coffee Sign

At the bottom I added Served Here again from the Homestead Coffee stencil

DIY Rustic and Distressed Large Coffee Sign

Next I used the electric sander to sand down the corners and over the lettering. 

I put an antiquing glaze over the whole sign to make it look older then using another grain sack stencil added a red stripe across the top. 

DIY Rustic and Distressed Coffee Sign

For me the more distressed and old looking the better!

These stencils are high quality, easy to clean and will last through hundreds of projects. They're a great craft investment!

DIY Rustic and Distressed Vertical Coffee Sign

As you can see you don't need to use the whole stencil on your projects. Pick your favorite parts and add them here and there. 

The grain sack stencil makes a great accent on any project and it comes in several different widths and sizes.

Rustic and Distressed Vertical Coffee Sign

Take a peek at Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils and think about what you can create next. The stencil prices you see on this site are in Canadian. 


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .