This fall tiered tray sign set has a simple modern design that can be personalized to fit any home decor style!
Get your tiered trays ready!! This “Hello Pumpkin” tiered tray sign set is perfect for any design style thanks to its simple and modern look. Let me show you how I painted mine.
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This is what I used to personalize my tiered tray sign set:
- Wooden Cutout Set
- Fluff Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Florida Orange Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Tobacco Road Dixie Belle Gel Stain
- Dixie Belle Clear Coat Satin
- Makeup Sponges
- Paint Brush
- Gorilla Super Glue
First, I used Dixie Belle VooDoo Gel Stain in the color Tobacco Road on the round frames and square base of our signs.
To apply the Gel Stain, simply use a towel to rub the gel into the surface. Be sure to wipe back any extra product.
Then, I grabbed my Florida Orange Dixie Belle Chalk Paint and a makeup sponge.
I used this color for the pumpkin, “Fall” and “Hello Pumpkin” sign inserts.
When using a makeup sponge to paint, simply pounce the product onto the surface in thin coats until you get your desired coverage.
Finally, I used Fluff to paint the round sign bases.
I used a brush to apply the paint for both of these pieces.
Then, I cleaned up the shiplap lines with an exacto knife.
Finally, I applied a layer of Clear Coat Satin. This can also be done with a basic paint brush.
Here’s a quick look at how I stained the frame of the “Fall” sign and then used Florida Orange for the middle section.
Once everything was dry, I used Gorilla Super Glue to assemble the signs.
This is so perfect for a tiered tray with three tiers!! So cute and versatile. Just change up the colors you used to paint them to fit your personal style.
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