STENCILLED SIGNS - ideas, colors, and textures

 
This first cabinet door was painted with ASCP Coco
and stenciled in white. Dark
wax was applied only on the outer frame and edge and some heavy sanding was done to distress the whole sign.
ASCP Florence & Pure White made this soft turquoise
 with white stenciling. The outer frame was lightly brushed
 with more white and only the interior panel was clear waxed 
and buffed, leaving a polished and wonderfully unique look.



This next Beach House sign has three different colors
 brushed to create a texture and weathered look, a grey, some
 Duck Egg Blue, and white. The stenciling was done in white
as well as some dry brushed edges in white. It was finished
 with a clear wax and a vintage double hook on the bottom.  



  Next is a sign painted in ASCP Primer red on a vintage
 kitchen cabinet oak door.  Three different stencils were used
 to make this sign and a vintage brass applique was added
 and painted white.



 Last but not least, this water distressed grey sign is going to point the direction to the NO VACANCY room because it was made to use the top of the cabinet as an arrow.



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Stop into FIRSTFINDS HARDWARE STORE and see
if we have any shabby chic white hardware for your next project.


 
 
 
 

TIL NEXT TIME





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