Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Crackle Sign

I learned a new crackle paint technique from Make the Best of Things and after many attemps at making it work I finally got it. I figured out the layout of my sign and going off of the paints I had picked up from the "Opps" paint section at Lowes I painted this sign for my good friend Ann. I painted the bottom board with blackboard paint so if there's any more family additions the names can be added. I have been asked for quite some time to make her a family name sign, and alas I have finished. I love how this one turned out. Now if only I had the time to make one for our family!


  1. I can't get over how perfect it turned out! I am SO excited to hang it!!!!! Thank you again, SO SO SO much. :) xo

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