Thursday, May 14, 2015

Coffee Stencils on Bread Boards

This week I played around with the COFFEE stencil (from Donna of Funky Junk Interiors).



I had picked up (free box) a piece of cutting board and stepped on it later (by accident) and it turned into two great pieces of wood.


Time to try out the Coffee stencil. Same process as my first try here. I sanded the board lightly to remove bumps etc.




I used a sample pot of black acrylic paint (thrifted), a bit of masking tape to keep the stencil in place, a stencil brush from Michaels and when everything was dry, I brushed hemp oil on the new sign.





I had a rings burnt on (free) cutting board and tried out the coffee cup, COFFEE and BREWERS.



Same sequence as above, tape stencil in place (tape over words I don't want to use), stipple the paint on the words/cup, carefully and quickly lift and remove the stencil, let dry and seal with hemp oil. Clean the stencil and sponge asap.






Morning cuppa (and shreddies for DGS). Finished.




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17 comments:

  1. Joy - love the accidental breaking of the board! Those all look great!

    Have a great day!

    Judy

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  2. What a neat idea!! What does the hemp oil do?

    Great job and so cute!

    Jane x

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  3. You know how I love my coffee! I've seen her stencils on other blogs. Are they expensive?
    Brenda

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  4. I love my coffee, but never would be good at stenciling. You did a super job.

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  5. I love this idea, Joy...looks so graphic and wonderful!

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  6. What a great idea, I don't drink coffee but my hubs is a BIG coffee drinker! They came out really nice!

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  7. Love it all!!! I used to stencil a lot - back 20 years ago or so! I am about to embark on that again! Thanks to you!!!

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  8. Oh how cool! I love the broken one and the burned one... very unique!

    Tania

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  9. Oh my... I'm so in LOVE with the stencilling on the cutting boards!

    These are so cool! And your images are super sharp! Such a great look!

    You are having too much fun with these things I can see... :D

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  10. All your stenciling looks terrific...but I'm really loving the board with the burnt rings, very cool. Best ~ Mickie

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  11. I love this project and would love to add it to my pinterest page. I can't seem to find how to do it. Am I missing where it is or do you choose not to let it be pinned?

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  12. I love these! What a save with the broken cutting board!!

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  13. I love her stencils! I really need to order one. Great job Joy. Fun idea to use them on cutting boards! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  14. I love the cutting board with the burmer marks! All awesome projects! Thanks for sharing at the party!

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  15. Those are very cute! Thank you for sharing your stencil work at #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup !

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  16. I love how you incorporated the burn marks - you can't buy that kind of authenticity!

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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