The problem with being a multi-tasker, is sometimes I have WAY too many projects going on at one time, and before I know it, they’ve overtaken my house.
I’d be mortified if anyone dropped in unexpectedly right now, so I’m on a mission to get projects finished from all the pieces I’ve drug into my house – before the week is over.
Anything that isn’t done before this week is up, is getting taken back out to my workshop. I hate to do that, because my workshop is like the Bermuda triangle – things disappear there, and may never be seen again!
I’ve been focusing on cleaning and prettying up my kitchen this week, so I decided to turn several salvaged wood pieces into new farmhouse signs.
This piece was originally a drop-down leaf on an antique sewing table. I painted it, then did an image transfer with the Dwight’s Soda advertisment (printable found HERE). I lightly sanded to accent the chipped wood, as well as over the image to make it look worn and old.
It’s available in my shop HERE.
Two pallet wood pieces were turned into 2 more signs. I always try to keep the nails intact on the boards, because I think it adds to the aged look.
These are available as a set in my online shop HERE.
My husband brought me another pallet today, and I know exactly what I want to use it for, but I won’t let myself start any new projects until I finish up everything else first.
See more signs I’ve created HERE.
Here’s something I think you’ll love!
Vintage Metal Wash Tub Storage Bin (affiliate link)