Continuting our 31 days of signs, here's a few more signs for inspiration!
Last year I made a "Bushel and a Peck" sign for a customer (and former roomate/amazing friend!), and I was inspired to make a few more!
I can't even remember what colors I used on her sign because I made it so quickly and shipped it out without a picture! Oops!
This gray and purple one, I made using my first ever DIY chalk paint. I used baking soada, a little water and purple paint, and I love the way it distressed and shows the wood grain! The gray is spray paint over top of the chalk paint, and it was so much easier to work with than usual!
I created my own stencils with this method to make these signs.
To see the rest of my 31 days of signs posts, check out these links,
How to make signs:
Day 1- Where to find wood
Day 2- Gathering your supplies
Day 3- Making signs using your own stencils
Day 4- Making signs using pre-made stencils
Day 5- Making signs with stickers
Day 6- Making signs free-handed
Day 7- Making signs with stamps
Day 8- Making signs with transfers
Day 9- Print a sign
Day 10- Making signs with cutouts
Day 11- Recap- 8+ ways to make signs
Day 12- Beach Subway Art
Day 13- All You Need is Love and the Beach
Day 14 - More Beach Signs
Day 15- Small Beach Signs
Day 16- Girlie Signs
Day 17- Dr. Suess Inspired Signs
Day 18 - Letter Blocks
I sometimes link up to these lovely ladies' parties: