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Monday, September 24, 2012

Pallet Letter Sign {tutorial}

 

Hanging on the wall in our den is this fun pallet letter sign:

 

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The Hubs took beat the pallet apart and I lined up 4 boards and used two smaller pieces that Ross cut for me to hold it all together.

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I flipped the sign over and got out my awesome DecoArt Designer Series White paint that my friends at DecoArt sent me a pencil, and a few paint brushes.

 

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Next I drew a big '’P” on the sign with the pencil.
Can you see part of it?!

 

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Then I took a smaller paint brush and painted over the pencil line.

 

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I used the big paint brush to fill the “P” in.

 

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Once the “P” was all painted, I let the paint dry well then sanded it down to give it a distressed look.

 

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Now we have a fun Pallet Letter Sign hanging in our den!

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The best part, it was FREE!

 

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Gotta love a free piece of custom art hanging on the wall that most people assume cost a fortune!

9 comments:

  1. looks awesome. love that you did it for free, that's the best part you're right. Easy pallet art, so cool!

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  2. I've got two pallets sitting on the side of my house just waiting to be repurposed...I think I found what I'm going to do with one of them :) Thanks for sharing, looks amazing!

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  3. Frugal and fabulous! Love it Natalie.

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  4. This is gorgeous! I love white/cream with rustic and worn wood. Silly question, did you use a specific font for the P or was it just sketched on? :)

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  5. Love this! It looks great and even my paint challenged hands might be able to do it. :)

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  6. making one in the morning !! : )

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  7. Love this! Do you mind telling me how big it is... thanks

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  8. What did you use to hang it with? My hubby made me one of these last night and its slightly heavy so I'm not sure how to hang it. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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