project(s) update: fence wood *LOVE* sign

9.19.2013

I'll be sharing some projects with you for next couple of weeks - I'm in full gear attempting to crank out projects right and left.

Hope you see something you like!!





materials used: reclaimed fence wood, annie sloan chalk paint in old white, cream muslin and hot glue for rosettes 

Love sign tutorial HERE.

10 comments:

  1. Can you purchase all three of these items? How much would it be for shelf, love sign, and frame?

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  2. Thanks for asking Kelsey! The shelf and frame isn't for sale and the love sign sold at another sale. Sorry!

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  3. This is gorgeous! Definitely inspiring me. =)

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  5. I love this! How big are your pieces of wood for the love sign? What type of wood did you use?

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    1. Hi Lauren! Thanks for asking. I made and sold this sign almost 18 months ago, so I'm not 100% sure on dimensions, but I'd say the pieces are probably approximately to 6" x 24" (stacked on top of each other to make 12"x24"). And this wood had a beautiful patina from being reclaimed - I would look for old fence boards or some type of reclaimed wood for the patina! Sorry I can't be more specific.

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  6. danyel8:18 PM

    hey just curious... how much did you sell that love sign for?

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    1. I believe it was $35.

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  7. Hi there. Did you use any stain or anything on the wood ? clear coat? anything at all? or are the love letters printed right on the raw wood and thats it?

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    1. Nope! Just raw, rustic wood (it had great patina, so if you use new wood it would have to be stained or painted, etc.). However, I did use chalk paint and then lightly sanded it to distress it and bring out the wood grain in the letters as well. Hope that helps!

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