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Jan
27

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial

Thank y’all for the sweet love on my rose stencil project in the master bathroom!

That project was one of those things that you work REALLY hard on and then you feel so accomplished when it turns out so good.

Trust me, I have had my fair share of projects that have went south.  Don’t get me started on my wreath making skills. I may cry. I decided LONG ago to give up wreath diy.

Paint seems to be more my thang’. Tonya, from Love of Family and Home, {yes, I know I talk about her a lot} is the one that turned me on to DIY blogs and so I am sure it is no surprise to you that I used one of her projects as inspiration for this weeks “Make It” Challenge.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Inspiration

This seemed like the perfect solution for my laundry room wall!

Not to mention…this project is VERY INEXPENSIVE! Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Steps

I got the 4 foot wood board from Hobby Lobby and I spray painted it {purple} with left over spray paint that I had in the garage.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Wood

You can easily use any kind of stencil letters, but I just happen to have the wooden letters on hand so I used those to trace them on to the painted wood.

You can purchase the letters for $2.49 a piece from Hobby Lobby.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Trace Letters

Then I began filling in the letters with a paint brush using off-white craft paint.

Ignore my painting attire. Ahem.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Paint Letters

Then I used some sand paper to give it a little bit of a worn look. And the last step is to use some antiquing paint to make it look old and worn.

That’s it my friends!

It’s extremely hard to get good pictures in the laundry room because the lighting is terrible.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Wall Art Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Art

Huge thanks to Tonya for the inspiration behind this “Make It” project! You MUST go check out her painted Beach sign.

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial

Paint color Olympic Glimmer D67-1

I can’t wait to see what y’all have been making! Come back tomorrow and link up with us for the Dog Days (of Winter) Are Over “MAKE IT” Challenge! Link up anything that you have made {recipe, craft, diy, decor, etc}

Painted Laundry Room Sign Tutorial Dog Days of Winter Are Over Link up

If you link up on just ONE of our blogs, your project will be see on all NINE sites! So, get those projects completed & get your posts ready!

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8 Comments

  1. Sue says:

    Cute sign! I need to make one of those. I noticed your drying rack under the safety pin ~ do you remember where you got it? I really need one. Thx

  2. Your sign turned out great! It’s absolutely perfect in your laundry room! Thanks so much for linking to me! I’m glad I could inspire you!

  3. Very very cute! I love your sign! I can’t wait to finish my laundry renovations so I can make on like this!
    jaime
    Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Happy´s last blog post ..DIY Paper Flowers

  4. Sharon says:

    Great job! I also love the sign under it – is this also one of your DIY project? One question….. How large are the letters you used for tracing on your board?

  5. Sharon says:

    Great job! I also love the sign underneath this one – is this another one of your DIY projects? One question I have about your “WASH and DRY” sign is… How large are your letters (inches) you used for tracing?

  6. So cute! I am remodeling my laundry room now, what a fun idea!
    From Nature to Nurture´s last blog post ..Craft Cabinet Organization

  7. Emily says:

    I love the colors you used! And, it looks perfect with your other decor! So cute! :)
    Emily´s last blog post ..Mr. & Mrs. ~ DIY Sign Tutorial

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