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Farmhouse Welcome Porch Sign

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I know you’ve probably seen these signs! They are everywhere and it seems that everybody has one! Well, we are showing you how to design your own using a pre-made pallet wood sign, some handmade stamps, and paint! Come along to see how we made this farmhouse welcome porch sign!

Step One – Prepping your Farmhouse Welcome Porch Sign

Position your homemade letter stamps. Make sure they are all centered and spaced evenly. See the tutorial on how to make your own letter stamps HERE! If you are only making one sign and don’t plan to make multiple, you can always use a cutting machine for vinyl letters. Another option is to cut your own stencils. I use a Cameo Silhouette.Ā 

wooden letter stamps centered on pallet wood porch sign

Next up – Paint!

paint and rolling brush

I like to use a rolling sponge to apply the paint to my letter stamps. It applies more evenly and you can add a thick coat. I keep my stamps in place while I do each letter to ensure proper placement. 

painting letter stamps to use on farmhouse welcome porch sign

Let the stamping begin!

After your stamp is coated with paint, press it down onto your pallet wood with even, firm pressure. You might have to reapply paint and press the stamp several times to achieve an adequate transfer. 

pressing letter stamp onto pallet wood sign

transferring painted letter image to pallet wood sign

Depending on the height of each of your pallet wood slats, you might still have to fill in the letters with a paint brush. I actually do not mind that it does not produce a perfect transfer, because that adds to the rustic appeal. Imperfectly perfect, right? šŸ˜‰ 

painting letters onto pallet wood sign

painting letters onto pallet wood sign

painting letters onto pallet wood sign

painting letters onto pallet wood sign

Last Step!

I actually did not get a picture of this last step, and for that I apologize. Basically, I used my paint brush to gently add black paint to the edges to age the sign. I also added paint streaks onto the front side kind of all over the place to age it as well. This really made the sign, I believe. This was an afterthought, hence not getting a picture, but I’m glad I did it. You can see it in the picture below. I really feel like it takes it to a whole new level. What do you think? 

pallet wood welcome porch sign

Our little boys had to jump in for a shot! šŸ™‚

boys with our farmhouse welcome porch sign

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  1. Barbara Neel

    Thanks for the instructions on how to do the stamps. Im going to make a welcome sign for our front porch and a sign for our cabin down at our lake.

    1. JRandLBriska

      you are very welcome! If you follow me on Facebook, please share your photos with us on our community group. Just search for Handmade Trends DIY and crafting inspiration on Facebook or you can go straight to my page by searching for my eclectic Treasures and my groups will be listed there. Iā€™m so glad that you found this tutorial helpful!

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