Thursday, December 10, 2015

It's Time for Hot Cocoa

I finally finished up all my handmade Christmas gifts for the year! I certainly enjoyed every moment of the process, but it's always a relief when I can finally call it done.
Stenciled hot cocoa sign on reclaimed wood
When I received this Christmas Blend Hot Cocoa stencil to try out from Donna at Funky Junk Interiors, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it. The stencil is more of a square shape, but it was really easy to play around with the placement and just use the elements that fit on these 20" x 8" boards.



how to make a sign out of old drawer sides
I knew I was saving the sides of a broken old drawer for some reason. I didn't even bother patching the nail holes. Nail holes are good!

Stenciled Christmas Blend hot cocoa sign with chalkboard tag
The stars were stenciled with metallic gold paint, then a tiny Swarovski crystal was glued in the center of each star for a little sparkle.

Hot Cocoa Christmas Blend stenciled sign on reclaimed wood
I added a couple of eye hooks and twine for hanging. The mini chalkboard says OPEN on one side and CLOSED on the other. 

Hot cocoa stenciled sign with Old Sign Stencils and cup hooks
Two hot cocoa signs are better than one.
I played around with the placement of the stencil again, then added three cup hooks to the bottom of the sign.

Christmas blend hot stenciled hot cocoa sign on repurposed wood
The trees are topped off with two metallic silver stars and one decorative silver star charm.

Oh what fun it is to play with Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils!!!
two hot cocoa stenciled signs with Old Sign Stencils on repurposed wood
Both of  these hot cocoa signs are wrapped up and waiting to be opened on Christmas morning.

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