Today's post is just one of what I hope to be many Fall decor posts. As you can see, I packed up the colorful plates and bowls and broke out the oranges and browns. This is just a little peek at one table in my dining room. The rest of the house is going through its transformation as well. This table alone is sure to change in the weeks to come. Just wait until October when it's appropriate for me to start putting up the scary Halloween decorations!
Today I'm going to focus on the sign I made to complement this arrangement. I made the Tree Branch Mini Pumpkins, the Scrap Wood Candy Corn, and the bouquet as well, but you can check out the mini tutorials for those. As for the sign, I made it from a large piece of old pallet wood. It is riddled with cut-off nails and is a little warped from age, but it's the perfect plank for my rustic fall decor. One person's trash is another's treasure. Am I right?
Wood (One piece of your choosing)
Sandpaper or Sander
Stain (I used Minwax English Chesnut)
Paint Brush or Foam Roller
Acrylic Paint (I used orange and white)
Small Paint Brushes
1. Sand down your piece of wood until smooth
2. Roll or paint on your stain and allow to dry
3. Choose your phrase and paint colors
4. Paint the words onto your piece and allow to dry