Make your own Farmhouse Kitchen Sign! This tutorial will show you exactly how to make your own kitchen home decor with a few simple supplies.
I know we talked about another project for this week, but y’all loved this one so much I wanted to give you the step by step. This Farmhouse Kitchen Sign comes together super quick and doesn’t require a lot of supplies. Plus, you could totally personalize it by using colors that match your decor. Let’s get started with this simple farmhouse kitchen DIY!
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Here are the supplies you’ll need to make your own farmhouse kitchen sign:
- Double Handle Decorative French Loaf Board Wood Cutout
- Dixie Belle Voodoo Gel Stain in White Magic
- Storm Chalkology Paste
- Black Chalkology Paste
- Farmhouse Kitchen Transfer
- Transfer Trimmers
- Fuzzing Cloth
First, add a coat of the White Magic Voodoo Gel Stain to the surface of the wood cutting board using a clean cloth. This will give the board a very light whitewashed base.
For this project, I added two coats of the White Magic Gel Stain in order to achieve the coverage I wanted.
Feel free to choose another color stain or paint for your board depending on your home decor style!
Once the gel stain is dry, it’s time to add the Farmhouse Kitchen transfer.
Begin by placing the “kitchen” portion of the transfer on your board. Apply an even layer of Storm Chalkology Paste to the transfer area making sure to wipe back any excess paste. Remove the transfer and allow for the paste to dry.
Next, layer the “farmhouse” portion of the transfer over the portion you just chalked. Once in place, apply a layer of the Black Checkology Paste to the entire transfer and wipe back any excess. Remove your transfer and allow for the paste to dry.
Chalk Couture Pro Tips:
- If you are using a brand new transfer, be sure to “fuzz” your transfer before applying it to your surface.
- When applying paste to your transfer, you want to move quickly so that your paste dries to the surface and not the transfer.
- When you wipe away the excess paste from your project, add the paste back to the container for future use.
- The white portion of the transfer is the silk screen part where the paste will show once pulled back.
- When peeling back your transfer, go slow and double check your coverage. If you find areas where you are not happy with the coverage, place the transfer back on the surface and add more paste.
- Be careful when removing transfers from surfaces. If you pull too hard, your transfer will stretch and will no longer be reusable.
Wasn’t that a super quick DIY? And it turned out really cute!! This would be a super fun Mother’s Day at home project!!
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