Farmers Market Stenciled Glass Pedestal Sign
While we are still working on some major projects on our “fixer Upper” kitchen” I have been working on a few small DIY kitchen stenciled decor projects. The kitchen is being done primarily in black’s and white’s in a farmhouse style. Today I am sharing a quick and easy farmers market stenciled glass pedestal picture frame. I purchased a Farmers Market stencil some time ago when I was redoing my previous kitchen in a farmhouse style and just never got around to using it. Now that we have moved, I have been dying to use it, just not sure where and what I was going to use it on, until I found the perfect wood pedestal picture frame for only 1.99 the other day at a local thrift shop.
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How to create a Farmhouse Farmer’s Market Stenciled Glass Sign
Wood Pedestal Picture Frame (this could be any picture frame)
Remove Glass and Clean
Place Stencil and Center stencil on glass, with stencil brush add small amount of charcoal chalked paint dab excess on paper towel, apply to stencil on glass in an up and down motion. repeat until all the stencil is completely covered, remove stencil carefully, let dry.
Re-assemble glass into frame. Done
There is one spot in the kitchen that is to narrow for a refrigerator, stove or cabinets, due to it being an entry into the kitchen from the hall way, however it was a perfect spot to set up a microwave station.
I found this solid wood top hutch piece for only $10.00. After removing the back, I gave it a fresh coat of white paint
I did not want the microwave above the stove or on the countertop. I found this desk with a drawer that now keeps cooking utensils. The hutch top with shelves holds my Mason jar pitcher, coffee cups and jar. Marrying the two made the perfect cabinet piece next to the stove and fits the awkward area. I love how this hutch top encase the microwave perfectly. As I mentioned we are still working on our kitchen and this is just a small portion of the wall we are working on. I can’t wait till it is finished, so I can share the before and after with you all.
I love how the Farmers Market stenciled glass pedestal sign turned out and how it adds to our farmhouse styled kitchen. I really think this little Farmer’s market sign gives just that right amount of “pop” along with the lambs ear greenery in the mason jar pitcher. There is just something about black and white that I just love! Do you all remember the faux enamel pieces I did a while back? I can’t wait till this kitchen is done so I can add them back in the kitchen.
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