DIY Grocery Sign

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  1. Paige says:

    I really love this idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

  2. Carol G. says:

    Love it! Good job.

  3. Patty says:

    You are oh, so patient to do signs like this. BUT what a proud and rewarding feeling to step back later and admire it. YAY for you!!!

  4. Linda J says:

    LOVE it. Period. Just LOVE it and I’m making it. Period. (lol)

  5. Deb says:

    Your Kitchen is just so gorgeous and the sign is just a perfect touch!

  6. Peggy says:

    I love the natural grain letters with the white. The size is perfect. And thank you for a very good tutorial.

  7. Really cute Shayna. It adds so much personality. I’m not quite sure i understand about the pink chalk though. Is it transferring the outline of the letters because if it is, why would you have to go back and trace the letters ? Maybe it’s just me, i haven’t had much experience with transfers so it’s a little new. Thanks for any help, I’ll give it a try as soon as I figure it out, lol. Sincerely, Diena <3

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you so much! For the chalk, it’s the best way to transfer the letters. Once you have traced the letters, you will be left with a faint chalk outline. It’s best to trace over it so you don’t erase it as you paint. I hope that helps! 🙂

  8. Melissa says:

    Beautiful sign. I may try this except I plan to cut out the letters in vinyl on my Cricut Explore, paint over the sign, and then remove the vinyl letters. Hope it works!

  9. It looks lovely and more the right scale in your kitchen than the previous sign. Just a tip for you, when you are designing your sign, before you print change your font to print the outline only for the letters. I wrote a post about it here with detailed instructions here: You will save a lot of ink that way.

  10. Sabrina says:

    Great sign! I love your blog. Can I ask what paint color is on the walls in your kitchen? Is it BM Halo?

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