This DIY “Then Sings My Soul” Sign is super easy to recreate! Let me show you how with this farmhouse style décor tutorial.
Today’s DIY tutorial started with a found frame that just needed a little something to dress it up. So, I decided to get my wood guys to make a wood cutout of the phrase, “Then Sings My Soul”, and the rest is history. Let’s get started and make a DIY “Then Sings My Soul” Sign.
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Supplies you’ll need to make your own DIY “Then Sings My Soul” Sign:
- Large Wood Round or Faux Shiplap Round
- “Then Sings My Soul” Cutout
- Fluff Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Coffee Bean Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel by Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Makeup Sponges
- Starbond Medium Instant Adhesive
For me, this project came together extra fast because the frame was a found piece that was already painted and stained. A great dupe that will work to recreate the look can be found HERE or HERE. Both of those options are round sign bases from my friends at Twin Knobs Woodworks.
Once you have your frame base ready, use the color Coffee Bean and a makeup sponge to paint the decorative letter cutout. When using a sponge to paint, be sure to use a pouncing motion when applying.
Once the letters are painted and dry, use an adhesive like Starbond to attach the letters to the center of the sign base.
You can see here, I added a thin even layer of the adhesive to the entire backside of the letter cutout.
And that’s it!! If the frame I used had not already been painted, I would have used the color Fluff and Tobacco Road Voodoo Gel to create a very similar color scheme.
What a great piece to dress up your décor for the upcoming Spring months!
This would also make a great gift!
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