Kitchen Sign… All Finished!

What up??
Hope you guys are having a great weekend!!  This is birthday weekend for one of my little ladies so things are a bit crazy around here.  Not too crazy to sneak in this post though:-)
I showed you guys the beginning of my kitchen sign in my last post.  Here is how I finished it up…
After distressing all my letters my sign looked a bit like this.
I then took an 80 grit sanding block to all my edges like this.

Once I finished that, I added a line of dark walnut stain around the raw edges and wiped off my excess with an old cloth.  It’s a perfect touch to make it look just a bit older.
My final step was adding a sawtooth hanger to the back of the board and putting it on the wall.
What do you think??

Hope you like it!  It was a great piece to break up that big blank space I think.  We will start this month’s Shanty Silhouette sale on the 21st.  I will be back before then to show you a great new product.  Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Have a great weekend!!

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  • What is the blue paint you used? Also, late to the party- where can I find part one? Thanks!! Ali

  • Robin

    Do you have full tutorial for this?
    I am a novice novice. Like a prequel to a novice and would love to make a similar sign. A tutorial or how to would be most appreciated! I love your blog and the photography! So pretty!

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  • barbie Blackburn

    absolutely love it, just did the kitchen and dining room floors with a rustic wide plank in honey oak and this would go fabulously in my re-done kitchen….

  • I love this sign!! Simple and shabby – perfect! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Laura

    So awesome!! It looks so good!

  • Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking

    Wow the sign turned out great.

  • Kimm at Reinvented

    Perfect! Love the distressing.

  • Lauren – My Wonderfully Made

    This is SUCH a great idea to fill an 'empty' space — eye-catching enough but it doesn't 'scream' at you — love the colors!

  • Audrey O

    Love it!

  • Tiffany

    the walnut stain adds the perfect pop. i'm hoping to get one similar done this wknd.

  • Ashley White Interior Design

    How cute is that?! I love the color blue you chose. Darling!

  • Sarah @ The Bird’s Papaya

    looks SO great!!! What a great way to amp up some of that blank space above a doorway. awesome possum!!

  • sissie

    Love it! It's in the perfect spot.


  • Anonymous

    I thought you forgot about us when you didn't show the finished sign in your next blog as promised. 🙂 Love the final look. Nice job!

  • Pam

    Looks great.

  • MommyMeagan

    IT's awesome. Nice job. 😉

  • Paula

    Awesome job!! Looks great!

  • craftycreative

    Love that shade of blue. Great job on the sign!!

  • Jody

    You did a great job!

  • ohiofarmgirl

    I love it. I would love to put a sign in my kitchen too but I am in the process of changing styles and I just am not sure it will work out…but I do love yours. Dianntha

  • Penny of This-N-That

    This looks great, I love the blue.

  • Tanya

    Very cute!!!

  • Pine Tree Home

    It's really cute and fits the space well.

  • Jodi

    I like it, I really like the color you used!


  • marty (A Stroll Thru Life)

    Your sign look fabulous. I love it. Great job. Hugs, Marty