Make a Rustic Reclaimed Wood Martini Sign

5:24:00 AM

       My friend asked me to create a sign for her 
friend named Martin

Make a Rustic Wood Martini Sign

Apparently the Martin family likes their cocktails. 🍸

I started out using a piece of reclaimed wood from an old dresser. 

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I painted it with one coat of black craft paint then distressed the edges. 

Using my Silhouette Machine I designed the lettering then printed it out on stencil vinyl

Using a Silhouette Machine to Make a Rustic Wood Martini Sign

Using a Silhouette Machine to Design and Make a Rustic Wood Martini Sign

With this machine you can import a design like this martini glass and use the trace tool to make it part of your sign.... an awesome feature!

I used a sponge pouncer to paint in the letters with white craft paint. When it was dry finished it off with a coat of clear matte spray sealer.

Make a Rustic Reclaimed Wood Martini Sign

Don't you wish your name was Martin?



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  1. Hahaha! I love it! Hmmm... I think you could substitute the martini glass for an I in anyone's name. May not be quite as perfect, but still really cute! Nice job!

    1. Yes you could! Makes me wish I had an I in my name! LOL


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