My mom was an avid baker too! She’d make something special every single Saturday night, usually her delicious crumb cake. Great memory!
So… what happened to me?
The big, bold letters on a soft curve offer lots of vintage PUNCH, with the subtext continuing your BAKERY story.
It mixes and matches with LUNCH (sold separately), creating 6 different design options! How fun is that? I love adding more value to these designs!
I think during winter, we ought to be stocking our pantries with delicious home baked goods while the snow is blowing.
No snow… no baking here though. But hey, I can pretend like the best of them. 🙂
1. Lay out boards to get a feel for your design. Cut length as desired.
* wood had been pressure washed, sanded, and repainted prior
2. Arrange the boards with small gaps, then stencil.
3. Attach boards directly to wall with screws.
* If you wish to hang S hooks like I have, install a support board on your wall first, so there is a gap between the sign boards and the wall.
Using a very dry stencil brush, black acrylic craft paint was tapped on with a very dry stencil brush.
Tip: After loading your brush with paint, remove most off with a cloth or paper. Test, tapping the back of your hand. If there’s barely any paint that comes off, you’re ready to stencil.
More How to Stencil tips are HERE.
I went with a very, old chippy look, but those boards sure would look sweet painted a fresh white too.
Now I want… two. 🙂
So I warmed up the kitchen a bit with a crock holding wooden spoons and a little vintage scale holding the coarse cooking salt.
The right side of the counter lost the red bench coffee station, but gained a cute crate for added space instead.
Now I kinda even wanna bake!
Oh dear… it’s after 4. Maybe another day… 🙂
Are you more of a baker or a decorator of baking… like me?
This BAKERY stencil is from Funky Junk’s Old Sign Stencils HERE.
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