Friday, April 10, 2015

BINGO Anyone?

I always feel like a kid in a toy store when I get my own new toys to play with.  This Bingo stencil from Old Sign Stencils was calling my name, and I knew right away that I wanted needed to play with it.

Stenciled Bingo Boards
I didn't have a single board large enough for the entire stencil, so I played around with the design and was able to fit it on five individual boards.

upcycled pallet boards
I rummaged through my pallet pile and found several narrow boards left over from another project.  I didn't even bother filling the large holes before painting them with one coat of 
A.S. Old Ochre Chalk Paint.

#oldsignstencils hanging Bingo stenciled pallet boards MySalvagedTreasuresNow I have five individual B I N G O boards ready for hanging or for playing Bingo.

#oldsignstencils Bingo stencil supplies
I gathered my supplies: A very old and well-used stencil brush, black acrylic paint, blue painter's tape, paper towels for blotting off the excess paint, an index card for holding the paint, and this fun 14" x 14" Bingo Old Sign Stencil from Funky Junk Interiors.

#MySalvagedTreasures Bingo stencil DIY #oldsignstencils tutorial
I used a very dry brush to keep the paint from seeping under the stencil.  A couple of fingers and one piece of tape was enough to hold the stencil in place.

how to stencil tutorial
The Free Space was stenciled with the same paint I used for the background.

stenciled Bingo boards with vintage hooks knobs MySalvagedTreasures
I left 4" of space at the bottom of the boards for some old chippy wooden knobs and a
rusty hook.

DIY upcylced pallet wood
The last step was to add a hook to each board.

#FunkyJunkInteriors Bingo stencils
Hang them together side by side.

#oldsignstencils DIY by MySalvagedTreasures
Hang just two.

#FunkyJunkInteriors #oldsignstencils Bingo boards by MySalvagedTreasures
Hang just three.

repurposed pallet boards stenciled Bingo game boards vintage
Or spread them out and fill up that empty space on your wall.  (I have no empty space).
My sincere apologies if you have that song stuck in your head now!

Be sure to check out all the other fun stencils and design ideas from Funky Junk's
Old Sign Stencil Collection.  This stencil was sent to me to try and I'm thrilled with the results.



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37 comments:

  1. Betsy, that is so cute! Love it and what a fun project. I wouldn't have anywhere to hang all 5 boards but Love the look. and yes now I have THAT song in my head.
    hugs,
    Linda

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  2. Great project! Love the addition of the knobs at the bottom.

    Judy

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  3. Another great idea. I also like the knobs on the bottom.
    Enjoy the weekend!

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  4. Betsy these are fabulous!!! I love what you did with that stencil!!! :)

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  5. I love how you separated this into five different boards--very creative!

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  6. Eek, too delightful for words! Using multiple boards makes it look even more vintage cool. Love the whole vibe!

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  7. Wow, this is fabulous!! I have no wall space either but it doesn't stop me from wanting it! Yours came out just perfect. Love!

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  8. Excuse me while I pick my jaw off the ground... holey BINGO, Betsy! This is such a creative twist to an old sign... I adore it! It's a little like a puzzle. Fabulous! So glad I intentionally sized the bingo stencil to fit a pallet board... NOT! hahaha WOW!

    I seriously need this in my life. Thank-you for your amazingness...

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  9. It can't get any better than to have a thumbs-up from Donna, Ms Funky Junk Interiors, herself. The only thing I can add is... GENIUS!!!

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  10. What a great idea! I love the look.
    Brenda

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  11. What a fun project!! Love how it came out and that the boards are separate!! So neat and very creative!! Love the hooks on the bottom, so functional! Hope you have a great weekend!! xo Holly

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  12. This is great, Betsy! I love the idea of adding the hanging knobs and hooks, too! Thanks for the link, too! Have a good weekend! xo K

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  13. I love it--it turned out fantastically!

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  14. Love this and those knobs and hooks are awesome!

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  15. Yes, my friend, I'm singin that song! But seeing your beautiful project is worth it! Love the color choices and the knobs/hook. I think they all belong side by side in a mudroom!
    xoKathleen

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  16. This is ingenious Betsy! So much fun and you still have both the vintage vibe and the practicality with the knobs. Another great one.
    Amalia
    xo

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  17. You had another super cool idea, Betsy!!! Best coat rack ever!!! The boards look great as singles but also grouped. LOVE!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  18. OH! I love this, Betsy! I love that they can be used together or separately! The knobs are such a great touch, too!

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  19. You are always on the cutting edge of trends...Bingo it is, I love them!

    Carol

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  20. What a fabulous idea to use individual boards, Betsy. Love it.

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  21. How clever and creative to separate the boards! Love this - sharing and pinning and probably stealing. The song in my head is B-I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-o!

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  22. Oh, my goodness!

    I absolutely love your B I N G O boards. I need to get this stencil.

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  23. This is such an amazing project. BINGO! I'm getting me some stencils!

    Shannon from BohemianJunktion.com

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  24. Oh my gosh Betsy - this is getting pinned and maybe even copied ( the sincerest form of flattery, right? lol )
    I LOVE this - thanks for sharing !

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  25. Pretty amazing Betsy--love it, especially the addition of the vintage knobs and hook at the bottom. Truly inspired!

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  26. I love that you did this on separate boards, it makes it that much more interesting and fun!

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  27. Super cute idea...so adorable. I am in awe.

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  28. Too cute! I'm kind of glad you didn't have a board big enough...the separate boards are so fun and unique :)

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  29. How clever to put this stencil on all those boards! I love the look Betsy. As always, you never disappoint!

    gail

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  30. Betsy,
    What a clever idea you had here...love the idea of the knobs and hook. Thank you for sharing it at my Show and Share party...it will be featured at the party this week.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  31. Love this Betsy. So very creative and professional looking. My stencil should be here soon ... thanks for your inspiration ... I will be making one for myself.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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