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Herbs Wooden Sign

Decorate your kitchen space with this plant life sign featuring some of your favorite herbs from your garden. The gardener in your life will love this beautiful hand-painted sign as an accent to their home.

At a Glance:

Project #15823 Skill Level: Intermediate

This project features these great brands:

  • FolkArt Sign Shop Logo
supplies

Plaid Supplies

FolkArt ® Sign Shop™ Acrylic Stencil Paste Set - Lush Greens, 6 pc. - 11976

Number Needed: 1 $0.00
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FolkArt ® Sign Shop™ Squeegee Set, 6 pc. - 36354

Number Needed: 1 $0.00
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FolkArt ® Sign Shop™ Mesh Stencil - Spices & Herbs, 2 pc. - 63375

Number Needed: 1 $0.00
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FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Wicker White, 2 oz. - 901

Number Needed: 1 $1.69
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FolkArt ® Painting Tools - Stencil Tape, 3/4" x 25 yds. - 50380

Number Needed: 1 $9.99 $6.90
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Other Supplies

  • Raw wood slice

instructions

  1. Tape off your raw wood slice so that when you paint it, the edges of the slice remain raw wood. See project photo for reference. Paint the un-taped area with Wicker White and let dry.
  2. Cut out and arrange your stencils onto your surface.
  3. Squeeze your stencil paste onto your squeegee, and apply the paste to your stencil by dragging the squeegee over your stencil. Replenish your squeegee with more paste if needed. Rinse off your squeegee in between colors.
  4. Allow your paste to dry on your surface before layering on top of it with borders and phrases.
  5. Remove your stencils from your surface while the paste is still wet.
  6. Wash your wet stencils with warm water to reuse.

resources

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Introducing FolkArt Sign Shop

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Basic Stenciling Tutorial with FolkArt Sign Shop

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Using Multiple Colors with FolkArt Sign Shop

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Related FAQs

No, once fully dry, the paint has a no-smudge beautiful chalk effect.  As a matter of fact, if the message or design were sealed with a spray clear acrylic sealer, it would no longer be erasable and the surface could no longer be reused.  However, if the project is to be a permanent, non-changeable sign, then yes, of course, the surface can be lightly spray sealed with a clear acrylic sealer to seal and protect the design.

Yes, FolkArt Sign Shop Stencil Paste will mix well within the colors of each variety set.  Simply squeeze out a small amount of each color to be mixed. Begin by adding a small amount of the darker color into the lighter color, then continue adding small amounts of the darker color, a little at a time, until the desired color or value is achieved. It is recommended to use a palette knife to mix two or more colors when creating a custom color. 

No, FolkArt Sign Shop Multi-Surface Chalkboard Paint should not be mixed with water, mediums or other acrylic paints.  Mixing will destroy the properties that make this paint work as a chalkboard surface.

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Disclaimer: The information found in each project is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed, nor is freedom from any patent to be inferred. Since we have no control over physical conditions surrounding the application of information herein contained, Plaid Enterprises, Inc. disclaims any liability for untoward results.

Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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