"You Cut Tree Farm" Christmas Sign with Old Sign Stencils

You just never know what you are going to find junkin'!  Like this $1 clearance frame painted in barn red with star cutout.  I think it was a cull from a local shutter business.  The frame is 22" x 26".

Here is the makeover!


I painted the frame with two coats of  Rustoleum Chalked Paint in Country Gray.  

My next step was to cut a piece of bead board paneling to fit the frame.  It's upside down and showing the flat side, not the bead board side.

I brushed on two coats of Rustoleum Light Tint Base Rustoleum Chalked Paint, mixed to my favorite color Chiffon Cream.

Next, I laid out the three *Old Sign Stencils Christmas Graphics trio of trees stencil.

And, I added a single tree from the You Cut Tree Farm stencil to each side, flipping the stencil to have the trees inward facing.  

I used Waverly Moss Paint from Walmart for the trees.


You Cut Tree Farm Stencil.

Christmas graphics stencil.

 I centered the You Cut Tree  portion of the stencil on the bead board under the trees.  

I used Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint in Black for this portion.  Farm was stenciled with Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint in Walnut Noyer.

I used my FolkArt Layering Wood Block to faux distress the edges of my frame.  

More about the faux distressing with the layering block here.

Here is the light distressing.


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The entire frame and bead board center were sealed with Varathane Interior Crystal Clear Water-Based Polyurethane, Satin Finish.  

DIY CHRISTMAS Sign with Old Sign Stencils www.organizedclutter.net
Why didn't I stencil the center treetop with a star in Ceramcoat Acrylic Paint in Crocus Yellow?  Because the cutout is the star for the the center tree!

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I think this fun sign will be featured on my Christmas covered patio decor.

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*Old Sign Stencils provided me with complimentary samples.
All opinions about these fabulous products are my own.








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8 comments:

  1. Carlene, this design is so strong, it doesn't even look like you added and shifted elements. And the frame was such a perfect finish. It's beautiful!

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  2. It turned out really cute, Carlene...the frame was a perfect find for your sign!

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  3. Your sign looks wonderful! I love the colors you chose and the added coat hooks were a great idea!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  4. So cute - you really find some wonderful things and give them very creative makeovers!

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  5. I absolutely love this sign, great job!!

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  6. Lovely design! Preparing for Christmas!

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  7. This is so cute for Christmas! You found a perfect frame for the job!

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  8. Love it! I think you need a Silhouette or Cricut so you can make and cut your own stencils.

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