15 Minute Stenciled Sign Upcycle

Happy Monday, Friends! Today I'm sharing a quick stenciled sign upcycle that you can finish in 15 minutes or less. Best of all, you don't need any paint...

Stenciled sign upcycle

Once I make up my mind to get a project done, I have been known to get started and then realize I forgot to grab a before photo, which is exactly what happened this time! 

stenciled sign upcycle

I realize some of you may prefer the original red letters as they do complement the green nicely. Having said that, I have gradually phased out most the red accents in my kitchen, hence the mini makeover. 😉

stenciled sign upcycle

For certain projects, I find it easier to use a Sharpie than paint, especially when filling in previous lettering. Here are a few tips: Make sure the marker's point isn't dull or flattened. Press lightly to avoid any bleeding on the edges. 

stenciled sign upcycle
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stenciled sign upcycle

Join us Wednesday for the Vintage Charm party and stay tuned on Friday for something new! 

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  1. I love red, it's my go to color. That said, sometimes it's just too much and it takes away rather than adds to a look. I think that the black is so elegant and looks great with your other decor. Lovely makeover!!


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