Is your Laundry Room open 24 hours in your home, Sweet Friends? In my home it sure is. Do you love laundry? It’s not my favorite thing, but making my laundry room pretty was fun!
I was lucky, I got to use my favorite products on this project!
If you missed my post on Tuesday, “Laundry Closet Makeover!” check it out here. I was inspired to makeover my Laundry Closet when a challenge was presented to me. I think the Laundry Closet came out so pretty. I think the laundry sign did the job of making it pretty. What do you think?
I decorated my Shutter Turned Table with all my antique laundry stuff and because next month is February, I decide to show off my “Old Sweater Heart Wreath”, as well.
Wanna learn my tips on how to stencil a laundry sign?
Oh good, cause i’m gonna share the tips with you and give you a tutorial on how to make a laundry sign for your laundry room.
I figure, if the laundry room has to be open 24 hours, then it has to look good, right?
Now, grab a cup of coffee and let’s get started with the tutorial.
Materials needed to make a Laundry Sign:
- Laundry Sign by Essential Stencils
- Paint and Top Coat by Debi’s Design Diary DIY Paint Layered Chocolate and Big Top Top Coat and Rustoleum Chalked Linen White.
- Stencil Brushes by Essential Stencils
- Metal or Wood Board
Tips for Creating a Laundry Sign:
- Use Essential Stencil’s Stencil Brushes.
- Use Frog Tape to hold stencil in place.
- Use a small amount of paint.
- Watch my video on You Tube.
Directions for creating a Laundry Sign:
- Gather your materials.
- Paint your surface – metal or wood board.
- Use Frog Tape to adhere stencil to surface.
- Use Stencil Brushes with paint.
- Pounce paint onto surface. Pouncing is the process of applying paint to your surface by dabbing the brush up and down in a vertical motion.
- Remove frog tape and stencil.
- Wash stencil.
- Apply top coat to surface.
Below are some photos to help you along the way.
I hope you enjoyed my tips and tutorial on how to create a laundry sign. Now go out there and create something.
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