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Welcome to our Home sign
Seashell Silver
Seashell Silver
WSC39-0
Base​

Cape Code Grey
Cape Cod Grey
WSC40-0
Accent Colour​

Granite Ridge
Granite Ridge
WSC41-9
Accent Colour

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Eames Blue
Eames Blue
VF106-0
Accent Colour​

Blackboard
Blackboard
WSC42-9
Lettering​

Here's How

  • ​Paint board basecoat colour Seashell Silver.
  • Let dry.
  • Remaining colours brush randomly across the board in a dry brush technique, layering the colours until the desired effect is achieved.
  • Measure and place the stencil in position.
  • Secure with tape.
  • Stencil saying with a dry stencil brush technique.
  • Let dry.
  • Sand edges with a sanding pad for a distressed weathered look.
DRY BRUSH TECHNIQUE:
Place a small amount of stain on a plastic plate, dip the brush in the stain and then wipe off most of the paint on a paper towel.


Welcome sign

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  • ​10” x 1” – 5’ long
  • Alphabet stencils: 3” 2451-322
  • Different colours of paint or stain
  • Ruler/measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • 2” brush
  • Stencil brushes
  • Painters tape 1670-130
  • Sanding pad 1060-194
  • Paper towels 4661-372
Cardinal Rouge
CH30-3
Top​

Hockey Sweater
CH26-3
Base​

Here's How

  • Paint the entire board base colour. Let dry.
  • Paint entire board top colour allowing the base colour to show through a bit.
  • Create 5” letters by enlarging the 3” stencil 168% on a photocopier. Print on cardstock. Cut out the enlarged letters with a hobby knife and a ruler.
  • Find the vertical centre for each of the letters for WELCOME.
  • Find the centre of board and mark.Place the Welcome letters matching the centre lines on the board, ensuring there is equal space at the top and bottom of board.
  • Tape letters in position. Stencil with base colour, with a dry brush technique.​

DRY BRUSH TECHNIQUE:
Place a small amount of stain on a plastic plate, dip the brush in the stain and then wipe off most of the paint on a paper towel.


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