Milk and Cream Co. Sign

I’m usually pretty happy if a project turns out close to what I’ve envisioned in my mind, but every once in awhile, a project turns out even better than I’d hoped.
This is one of those rare projects.

I was inspired by a Milk and Cream Co. image that I found on Pinterest.  I never could find determine who the original source of the image was, but I love the font and simple wording, and based on the concept, I made this wooden sign.
milk and cream sign
I knew eventually I would create a sign to look like the original.  I just needed the right things to work with.  Bringing home 50+ antique windows (I’ll tell you more about that later) and having a new Silhouette, meant I finally had what I needed, so I created a vinyl stencil, and painted the design on the glass.

I was thrilled with the results when I pulled the vinyl away.

Hope you have a Milk and Cream kind of day!

Angie

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  1. Very nice, as usual, Angie. You are getting on really good with your Silhouette. I sure would like to have a Silhoutte so I could make professional looking signs. Need to find one on sale. Love the sign on the window, but my favorite is the one on wood.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

  2. Love it.
    You have great ideas.

  3. Fabulous!!! You nailed it with the lettering on the vintage window!

  4. Great pieces, Angie. They turned out beautifully- xo diana

  5. Such a sweet look you got with that on the window. Sounds like the silhouette makes for some great project help!
    Liz

  6. Love it!

  7. so simple and sweet!

  8. Everything’s coming up roses.

    A beauty Angie….lucky customer who gets to take it home!

    hugs
    Sumaya

  9. I suppose you guessed I’m pinning this. I have not done vinyl yet on an old window. I think I feel it coming on.

    Bliss

  10. Angie,
    This is so great. Love the old window and a great job on the lettering. Love this.
    Kris

  11. Hi Angie,
    I absolutely love your creative signs. Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn xoxo

  12. I am fighting buying a Silhouette, but you keep posting such great projects with yours. This is so primitive and elegant.

  13. i love this project. it looks amazing!
    keya

  14. Wishing I’d bought a sillouette instead of my Cricut a couple years ago so I could download such fun. Will have to figure it out on the C to resemble yours. Growing up with a father owning a dairy I have to have one.

  15. Love,Love, Love!!!

  16. I really love it! I have an old window sitting on top of my to do pile of projects. Thanks for the inspiration! Stop by the enchanted oven for a visit!
    xo,
    Lisa

  17. I love this!! I have lots of old windows, I might have to try this!!

    Aimee@TheVintageEstate
    http://www.thevintageestate.com

  18. I think you need your own book or magazine and I am being totally serious! EVERYTHING you create is amazing!

    Thanks so much for linking up to Project Inspire{d} ~

    Hugs, Mary Beth

  19. That is really super cute! I love it on the old window. Little Bit from http://www.DecorateWithaLittleBit.com p.s. I’m pinning it too.

  20. I love this and appreciate you sharing the graphic.
    xx, Sherry

  21. Very nice!

  22. Sweet, Angie! Nicely done!

  23. Your sign is wonderful. I passed up windows 3 times in the past. Now that I want some, I will probably never get another offer.

  24. The original is cool and your take on it is terrific. Thank you for sharing it.
    David

  25. I am trying this RIGHT NOW….I have been trying to figure out that dang trace function forever and this explained it better than anyone!! Thank you so much!
    Hugs
    Karin
    http://www.artisbeauty.net

  26. Here’s my little project with your graphic: http://redhenhome.blogspot.com/2013/08/milk-cream.html
    Thanks for sharing!

  27. cindy gast says:

    i absolutely LOVE this! just wondering what brand ‘spray paint’ and ‘sealer’ you used. can’t wait to try this myself!

    • Cindy, It’s been awhile since I finished this project, so I don’t recall what brands I used, but I always buy my paints at Lowes, so it was probably Rustoleum.

  28. Love this! Any idea which font you used?

  29. Is this Milk and Cream stencil available for purchase? It’s SO ADORABLE!

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