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I am always hearing the same questions….
What kind of paint do you use?
Do you have a favorite set of brushes?
How would I cut my own wood?
This page will answer your questions!
I love Apple Barrel paint and DecoArt paint and use both brands a ton! Here are a couple starter kits as well as links to the white charcoal pencils that I use on the boards to sketch or doodle my wording. (The white is super easy to cover up with paint and doesn’t smudge!)
This stencil material is really awesome if you have a Silhouette or Cricut to cut wording stencils. 🙂 You can use any font and create custom signs with them. Super awesome!
These brushes are a great value and quality. I use a ton of brushes while I paint. I’m messy like that. The foam daubers are great for making polka dots and for filling in stencils.
This is what I use to make pallets for pallet signs (no compressor needed)!
For door hangers you will either need to drill a hole and use heavy duty wire or a staple gun and some twine.
The easiest way to cut your signs at home is with a jigsaw or if you want to get fancy, a scroll saw. The jigsaw I recommend uses T-shank blades, which make them more secure while cutting. I use a hand-held sander to get smooth edges.
And well, you know I love me some burlap ribbon!!
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