A Half Barn Door Fall Sign/ Pumpkin Spice Latte Decor

September 04, 2021

Photo of a section of rustic barn door.
I purchased this rustic half section of a barn door at our local antiques shop on Crazy Daze for $13.

I thought it would be the start of a fun fall outdoor DIY decor piece.


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Photo of a pumpkin spice latte stencil.
I pulled out this Pumpkin Spice Latte Stencil from Old Sign Stencils.  This is a great stencil for coffee AND fall lovers!

All prices on the Old Sign Stencils's website are listed in Canadian currency.  A handy currency conversion link is provided for your convenience.

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


Photo of a pumpkin spice latte stencil on a barn door.
I didn't lug this heavy door section into the house, I stenciled it on my zinc topped table/potting bench.

I used a ruler to center the stencil on the top portion of the barn door, and then taped it down with blue painter's tape.

Photo of a pumpkin spice latte stencil on barn wood.
I pounced on the stencil using Fusion Mineral Paint in Ash.


Photo of two Old Sign Stencils, Bakery, and Pumpkins 25 cents.
Next, I pulled out two more of my Old Sign Stencils (that coordinate perfectly with Pumpkin Spice Latte).  

I will only be using a section of the Bakery stencil, and of Pumpkins 25 Cents.


Photo of a galvanized industrial drawer/bin with wooden ends.
I found two of these galvanized bins/drawers at a recent flea market.  This one will be perfect for my project.

Photo of Open 10-4 being stencil on a bin.
I pounced "Open 10-4" on a galvanized side of the bin using more Ash paint.

Photo of stenciled industrial bin/drawer.

Photo of 25 cents stenciled on barn wood.
I stenciled 25 cents on bottom left side of the barn door.

Photo of a barn door pumpkin spice latte sign with enamelware cups, galvanized drawer with pumpkins & a coffeepot, and a ladle/dipper.
The bin/drawer was attached to the barn door section with two screws from the inside top of the bin.

Photo of a barn door pumpkin spice latte sign with enamelware cups, galvanized drawer with pumpkins & a coffeepot, and a ladle/dipper.
I filled the bin with a vintage enamelware coffeepot and small pumpkins.

Photo of a barn door pumpkin spice latte sign with enamelware cups, galvanized drawer with pumpkins & a coffeepot, and a ladle/dipper.
Two enamelware cups and an enamelware ladle hang on nails.

Photo of a barn door pumpkin spice latte sign with enamelware cups, galvanized drawer with pumpkins & a coffeepot, and a ladle/dipper.
The barn door just barely fit next to the door on the covered patio.  Whew!

The pumpkin spice latte vignette is a great anchor piece on my fall covered patio.

More outdoor decor projects with Old Sign Stencils:
Photo of a barn door section stenciled with Famhouse with an added window box.

Photo of a rustic wooden sawhorse stenciled with PUMPKINS 25 cents.


Photo of an arrow stenciled with buffalo checks and pumpkin patch.

Thanks for visiting!
Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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Comments

  1. so cute and clever, once again! you are just full of creative, repurposing ideas. so appreciate your creativity!

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  2. What a cutie Carlene! Rustic and coffee and fall... now that's a porch welcome I can get into! Love the added bucket of pumpkins... the perfect 3D touch!

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