I’m at it again with another amazing thrift store find! One of my favorite things is to turn someone else’s tossed out items into something beautiful again! When I find items that inspire me to create something amazing out of them I can’t wait to get them home and get started on it. I hope you enjoy this DIY Thrifted Farmhouse Cutting Board Sign, and give one a try too!

Supplies:

Thrifted Cutting Board
Thrifted Metal Plate
Farmhouse Stencil – Dollar Tree
Boxwood Greenery – Walmart 
Buffalo Check Ribbon
Paints- White and Black & Tape 

First, I painted the entire cutting board with the black paint.

Second, I taped the farmers market stencil on the inside of the metal plate and then painted it black.

Third, I painted over the black on the cutting board with the white paint.

Fourth, once the cutting board was dry, I used tape to make a wide strip down the center of the board and then painted it black.

Fifth, I then used the strips of tape again to make two more stripes on each side of the fatter one and painted those black.

Sixth, I lightly sanded over the whole cutting board.

Seventh, I used E-6000 and hot glue to secure the metal plate to the center of the cutting board.

Eighth, I used some of the Boxwood greenery and hot glued it at the top of the metal plate.

Finally, I then tied a bow out of the buffalo check ribbon and hot glued it to the center of the greenery.

Here it is all completed, how do you think it turned out? I absolutely love turning thrift store finds into my own creation! I couldn’t be happier with the way this one turned out, and can’t wait to hang it! I’m hoping you loved this DIY Thrifted Farmhouse Cutting Board Sign as much as I loved creating it and make one too!

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