How to make a Farmhouse Sign on a Budget

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  3. Stacy says:

    Totally doing this, thanks to you! Did you use a laser or inkjet printer?

  4. Susan Severino says:

    Love it ! Great tutorial as well! Definitely going to do this project

  5. Amy says:

    Are you using regular modge podge?

  6. Whitney H says:

    Thank you for this!! I have had a sign i have been eyeing to buy but didn’t want to spend the $200 on it..
    Just curious, can you use vinyl letters that are not mirrored, stick them on, and then modge podge over them??

    • Showit User says:

      Absolutely! That would be beautiful! Just be caredful when you sand down the wood. Or I would sand down the wood first and then apply the vinyl after and then seal it. Send me a photo if you make one on my Instagram!

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  8. Jean Desson says:

    I downloaded the Bordeaux Roman font – but don’t know how to size the letters to 800.
    Isn’t it length and width? TY

    • Showit User says:

      Hello! You will have to figure that out within your computer – I am so sorry I am not able to help with that!

  9. Jean Desson says:

    I would like to buy the letters you used for the sign. If you forward them to me online, I will take to staples and have printed. I do not have photoshop or any of the programs needed to enlarge and reverse letters. Appreciate it Thanks..

  10. Alicia Hursley says:

    This sign looks beautiful in our kitchen! We absolutely love it and are so glad we could do it together and on our own thanks to your tips. We did it as the finishing touch of a massive kitchen renovation that included a big cabinet painting project we couldn’t do on our own. Although we were extremely happy with the service we used, it was nice to do something on our own. Thank you so sharing.

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