No Sweat DriftWood Sea Sign


HELLO THERE FRIENDS HAPPY SUMMER!

If you love driftwood as much as I do, then you are going to love this simple DIY driftwood sign. 

I created this nautical sign using a piece of driftwood I found on the beach.  If you don't live near the beach, a piece of scrap wood will work just fine!


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This is the piece before the makeover
I love the ridges in the wood and the rust from the nails.

SUPPLIES:
 Sandpaper
Craft paint: Cobalt Blue & Wicker White
 Paint Brush
 Stencils



First - I sanded the wood
Next, I painted the wood with the cobalt blue craft paint.


Then I let it dry.
I sanded again so the grain of the wood, rust, and ridges show through.


TIME TO STENCIL
I taped the stencils to the wood and used the Wicker White craft paint.
After the paint dried I sanded the letters.
Now the blue paint and the grain of the wood show through the letters.

THAT'S IT...EASY PEASY!

Here it is all finished


No Sweat Driftwood SEA sign!

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7 comments

  1. Adorable and quick and easy ~ the best kind of project!

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  2. Great idea with the sanding! I've got a great piece of wood that I've been wanting to use for a sign for my dad as a gift, but wasn't sure how to maintan the wood's surface integrity while going over it with the lettering~ You (unknowingly) fixed my problem!! THANK YOU!!! (Although, now I need to fin another piece of wood to make something very similar to this for my Step-Mom's beach house...oh, darn! ;-) )

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  3. Julie,
    I love this DIY sign and thank you for sharing it at my party last week. You are being featured at this weeks party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  4. I can't wait to make this DIY sign. It's lovely!!!

    Breathinghominess

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  5. I love anything beachy! Thanks for the great idea!

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    1. Thank you Pam for the visit! Have a great week.

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