Thursday, September 21, 2017

Thrifted Wood and Stenciled Signs Repurposed 8

Finished three stencilled projects this past week, Laundry, Cottage Home and Le Petit Gateau.

After painting and stencilling,  the Laundry sign was sanded and clear waxed. 




The Cottage Home has clear/dark/clear wax as the finish, after sanding.



Lazy Susan painted, stencilled with finish.






Three signs before sanding and adding a finish (below).




I painted a Lazy Susan and added a stencil.




Sequence - painted the Lazy Susan with 2 coats of ASCP White. Added a stencil using CeCe Caldwell Beckley Coal.





After sanding and waxing the Laundry and Cottage Home signs I tried something different with the Le Petit Gateau Lazy Susan. 




I lightly sanded the painted edge before applying 2 coats of Fusion Tough Coat Matt Sealer Clear, drying for 4 hours between each coat. It does not change the colour of the white paint and has a semi-gloss hard finish, good for surfaces like tables and floors.


Fall rains have started so I picked roses to share.




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18 comments:

  1. Lovely projects, Joy! Where do you get all your energy! It seems to take me months to finish things....too many irons in the fire! LOL! thanks for the link to the tough coat as I am getting ready to paint some floors and that may come in handy! I never thought about stenciling for signs.....great idea and they are all really cool ones. Have a great weekend!

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  2. Love your signs, Joy. It was the name of that CeCe Caldwell paint color that immediately drew my attention - Beckley Coal. Beckley is the name of coal mining town in southern West Virginia, about 50 miles from the capital city of our state. There's an exhibition coal mine there, but many active coal mines as well (at least they used to be active when coal was king).
    Happy Fall!

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  3. Hello, you did a beautiful job on the signs. They all look lovely. Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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  4. You are so clever! I don't think I could do this but I do love the results especially the Patisserie. Thanks so much for sharing with us at #BloggersPitStop

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  5. Your stencil work is beautiful Joy. I always struggle to get my lines crisp. Maybe I'm just to impatient or something. And thanks for the link to Fusion Tough Coat. I've been trying to find something to seal a tray we made.

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  6. Your signs looks lovely. Signs in a home add so much charm.

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  7. Your signs are always great, Joy! Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm! Pinned!

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  8. These signs are just crazy...so beautiful. I enjoyed watching your stencil work.

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  9. So many great projects! The lazy susan is so elegant, but that laundry sign has me smitten!

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  10. I always love your signs Joy. You do amazing work! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  11. Your signs just keep getting better and better I would love to hang the Patisserie board in my kitchen. Thank you for joining me for MM again this week, always a joy to have you!

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  12. These signs look lovely. I just love stencils. They look so pretty.

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  13. Love the stencils. You are busy!!!!!!!

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  14. Love the stenciling and uniqueness of your signs

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  15. Pretty projects. I really like the Le Petit Gateau one.

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  16. You always make the most beautiful signs, Joy. Those roses are gorgeous!

    hugs to you,
    rue

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  17. I love this sign the most I love it all :)

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  18. The lazy susan is so pretty, I have a round table and would love something like this in the middle of the table to create different centerpieces on it. This one is especially pretty.

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

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