Cabinet Door to Farmhouse Sign
Shopping at Habitat for Humanity can be a real treat and this reclaimed cabinet door inspired me to make this sign for our dining room. I’m fairly new to sign making but learning is half the fun! It’s just one of a few signs I’ve made for our home and it’s now hanging on our wall, and I simply love it!
I painted the cupboard door with this RUST-OLEUM Flat Black and did about 3 light coats. It had been sitting around for awhile and I was going to repaint it, but I started to sand and liked the look of the distressed frame. I decided to mask off the edges and only repainted the center.
Oramask 813 has been my go-to product for stenciling and it cuts like butter and adheres so nice. For another Oramask and spray paint project, check out my first Youtube video HERE.
The file was purchased from Etsy and I cut the material using the matte vinyl settings. My blade was set on 3, Speed 5, Force 10. These are the settings I use for the Oramask and it works out wonderful on my machine. I use Transfer Rite tape to transfer my cuts to the work.
I did several light coats with white paint and a sponge brush. I did have a little paint peel up when I removed the vinyl, but I think it’s because the cupboard door is a sort of laminate and so the paint couldn’t really soak in like it does with wood. If I had it to do over, I might have used a spray paint like the RUST-OLEUM Ultra for the lettering because it adheres to just about everything. I ended up filling in a couple tiny areas with a liner brush. Hubby says I’m too picky, but in the end I was pretty happy with it. It’s a nice addition for fall decorating.
Have you shopped at Habitat Re-store? What did you find for decorating your home?
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you’ll venture out and make something special for your home today.