DIY: “Fixer Upper”-inspired sign 

need a custum research paper written for me I love the show “Fixer Upper” and Joanna Gaines’ simple, unique decorating style. I have borrowed so many ideas from her in recent months.

watch You may recall this post in which I posted a round up of my favorite patios on Pinterest. The fence above our old Polywood table needed a little something. I saw this lovely sign in an episode  of “Fixer Upper.”

page I decided I could make the sign. I located an old shelf board. DSC_0526

watch I knew I wanted the sign to have a border, so I used painter’s tape to mark off a border around the edges. DSC_0525 I then printed and cut out the letters. DSC_0528

next I attached them to the board with painter’s tape.

community service benefits essay DSC_0532 DSC_0530 Then, I painted the board. Looking back on it, I kind of wish I’d painted only the letters and left the rest natural wood.

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I noticed when removing the letters that the paint bled underneath some of them.


I traced the letters with a pencil and filed them in with black paint.


After the sign was dry, I attached three picture frame hangers to the back.

I cannot wait to show you where I hung the sign!! Tune in next week.

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