I love Christmas, don’t you?
And sometimes there’s nothing better than beautiful Christmas decor… that may be why we had our decor up in the beginning of November. Crazy, I know, but we just love the way our home looks with all the red, green and silver.
Well, recently I saw a sign on Pinterest that may have made me drool just a bit. I REALLY wanted it. I thought I’d make one on my own but didn’t want to copy it exactly. I decided to make it more word-y and a bit subway art/chalkboard-ish (I know, what a way to describe it, huh?!)
This is how it turned my Joy to the World Subway Art Sign turned out:
- Wood piece (this one is from Lowe’s and is 16 in. x 48 in.)
- Spray Paint for Base Color (I used white and prefer Rustoleum Hgh Performance Enamel)
- Spray Paint for Top Color (I used Rustoleum’s True Red)
1. Spray paint your board the color you want your text to be. Let dry.
2. Design, cut and peel your vinyl. Add it to your board.
3. Spray your board the color you want it to be. Let dry.
4. Peel away your vinyl. Top with a one or two coats of Spray Polyurethane. I prefer the Clear Satin finish. Let dry. Distress with sand paper if desired.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lowes. All opinions are 100% mine.