I love making stuff out of cabinet doors, and it doesn’t get any easier than paint and stenciling this Happy Fall Yall sign! While I was getting stuff ready for Glendale 2015, I was sort of on a painting frenzy, grabbing lots of cabinet doors from my stash.
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Apparently, I didn’t take any pictures while I was using a dry brush technique with some green paint. Basically I just used a cheap chip brush and some green paint to lightly paint over the black cabinet door.
I cut a Happy Fall Yall contact paper stencil out on my Silhouette Portrait. I used a sample pot of Fusion paint and Martha Stewart Foam Pouncers to paint the Happy Fall Y’all on the cabinet door.
After I took a few pictures, I thought it was missing “something”. So, back to the Portrait I went to make more contact paper stencils.
I blended some fall colors to stencil the contact paper stenciled leaves, again using the foam pouncers. I never keep them in their plastic covers/handles.
I added some d-rings on the back in case the new owner wants to hang their fabulous new Happy Fall Y’all sign.
I was secretly hoping it wouldn’t sell at Glendale so I could display it at home. It wasn’t one of the first items to go, but it did find a new home.
Can you believe October is almost over! Where does the time go!
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