Weathered Wood Fall Sign {tutorial}

Heeeey guys! Fall is flying by, & I’m running out of time to post all my fall projects! ha! So I decided to post a rare Saturday craft with you today! This weathered wood fall sign was originally seen over on The Crafting Chicks.
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Today I am excited to share how you can get that nice, soft weathered wood
look with just a few simple steps & supplies. Just check out this before & after.
weathered wood tutorial
To make a sign like mine, you’ll need a few supplies:
wood board (I cut a 1×8 down to size.)
paint (I used lace from Americana Décor Chalky Finish Paint.)
paint brush
Minwax wood finishing cloths in natural oak
rubber gloves
old rag
vinyl lettering (I used this one from (affiliate link) Silhouette.)
First, I painted my board with two coats of paint.
fall sign with chalk paint
After the paint had dried completely I sanded the edges with sandpaper.
distressing a board
Next I got out this amazing wood finishing cloths. These guys are awesome!
staining a board
While wearing protective gloves rub the stain over the board.
how to weather a board
Wipe off the excess with an old rag. Let dry. Sand again.
To finish the sign I just applied the vinyl lettering.
vinyl lettering
fall sign
I can’t wait to try this distressing technique on some more projects!
weathered fall sign
Do you love the distressed look? What do you love about fall?
I’d love to hear! 🙂 Leave a comment below.
PS Today you can also catch me over on Design Dazzle
sharing this cute Hot Cocoa in a Jar tutorial. 🙂
Hope you all have a great weekend! See you back here on Monday!

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This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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