This easy DIY Coffee Sign is the perfect addition to any kitchen or coffee bar. Let me show you how to recreate this farmhouse kitchen craft!
Need something fun to freshen up your coffee bar or kitchen? If so, let me inspire you with this easy coffee sign idea! I love how simple this one is to create and that you’ll only need a few items to get started. Follow along below for all the details!
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Supplies you’ll need to make your own DIY coffee sign:
- Small Coffee Cup Wood Cutout
- Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel
- Double-Sided Box Frame Chalk Couture Surface
- Creative Kickstart – “Fresh Coffee Daily” Chalk Couture Transfer
- Black Velvet Chalkology Paste
- Couture Teal Chalkology Paste
- Small Squeegee
Start by gathering your supplies. This project is pretty simple and only requires a few things to get started.
Cut your transfer in half so that both sections are ready to use.
Add a layer of Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel to the surface of the Small Coffee Cup Cutout.
I do this using a clean cloth or paper towel.
Once dry, it’s time to add the “Blah, Blah, Blah Coffee” portion of the transfer to the coffee cup surface.
I used the Chalkology Paste color Couture Teal, but you can use whatever paste color you like.
Once your transfer is in place, apply an even layer of Chalkology Paste, wipe back the excess, and remove the transfer.
Now it’s time to chalk the box frame.
Apply the “Love Is Brewing” portion of the transfer to the bottom of the frame. Then, use the Black Velvet and Couture Teal paste colors to add the transfer details.
Once you are finished chalking and everything is dry, use glue to attach the coffee cup to the upper section of the frame.
I love how Chalk Couture makes creating so simple!
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