Farmhouse Decor – DIY Farmhouse Tray or Sign

Good morning lovelies, in today’s video tutorial I am showing you how to make a farmhouse tray which can be used as a sign as well.

I love the farmhouse look as I am sure so many of you do too.  This tray can be used on your coffee table with some decorative items placed on top, or you can attach hangers and hang on the wall.  Either way this DIY project will add a nice touch to any home with that farmhouse touch.  To learn how to make one too, then watch the video below.

Supplies used:
1×12 pine board (11.25″x16″)
Oracle Oramask 813
Transparent Liner (Can also use transfer paper)
Minwax Dark Walnut
Rust-oleum Flat White Primer
Liberty Cabinet Pulls

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Watch now: Farmhouse Decor – DIY Farmhouse Tray or Sign

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DIY Rustic Farmhouse Happy Fall Sign

rustic fall sign

Summer is winding down and Fall is just around the corner.  Fall is my most favorite season of all.  Even though I live in Florida and it’s still pretty hot, it’s just not the sweltering, take your breath away hot. You know the type that causes you to produce a full on sweat just walking to your mail box.  Yeah, that’s Summer in Florida, so I welcome fall with open arms. Also, the smell in the air changes, evenings are cooler and I find most of my reminiscing happens in Fall.

With Fall comes the need to decorate my home with all kinds of “Fallish” things.  I still follow a neutral color scheme even in fall and I really love the rustic farmhouse / rustic chic style. This means any of the decor I choose or make will be that type of style. Since I love crafting I thought I would get to crafting! My first “Fall” project is this rustic farmhouse Happy Fall sign. I just love how it turned out.

rustic fall sign

It’s perfectly imperfect and I think it looks great on top of my freshly painted storage drawer dresser.

rustic happy fall decorations

rustic happy fall sign

Per usual I have put together a video on how I made it and I hope you enjoy watching it! You can click here or watch below. If you are interested in a tutorial on how I made my Silhouette file to cut my vinyl stencil, then comment on here or on the video.

Supplies used:
12×12 Sign
Vinyl Stencil
Transfer Tape
Weeder tool
Squeegee
Tweezers
Chalk Paint
Foam Brush

Happy Almost Fall!
Dovie

 



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