Self Rising Flour Sign with Knick of Time Stencil!

This $1 garage sale rolling pin inspired my latest project.


The rolling pins ends became hooks on a new kitchen sign.

 Here's the new sign and HOW I DID IT:

1.  I started with a pine board 11 1/2" x 24".
2.  I base coated the board with Rustoleum Satin Paint in Canyon Black.
3.  Next I painted on two coats of Annie Sloan in Country Grey.

4.  I used the large size  Self Rising Flour Stencil from Knick of Time.net.

 5.  I used black, white and tomato spice acrylic craft paint for the stencil I applied with a stencil brush.
6.  I then distressed the sign with 100 grit sandpaper on the edges and 220 in the center.
7.  After cutting the rolling pin with a chop saw, I painted the ends with the tomato spice paint and attached them to the back of the sign with screws.

8.  Then I added sawtooths for hangers in each back corner and waxed the sign with Decoart Creme wax.  

I love how it turned out!





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10 comments:

  1. I love it too! The rolling pin was such a clever addition.

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  2. Wow, what a great collection, what a wonderful display. Love your sign.
    Joy

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  3. great idea! the rolling pin was a nice touch! cute display...

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  4. It turned out great, Carlene! I love the red touches.

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  5. Turning the rolling in into hooks was genius - it turned out beautiful and looks great with your collection of rolling pins. So glad you came up with a fun project to use the flour stencil on! Pinning it to the Vintage Sign Stencils board!

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  6. So, so cute --I love those rolling pin handle hooks. Thanks for linking up to The Talk of the Town party!

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  7. I love how this turned out, Carlene...cheery and functional!

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  8. Love it Carlene ... clever use of the rolling pin handles.

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  9. This is so cute! I love the way you made use of the stencil!

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