Vintage Farmhouse Sign

I have been working on things  for the Vintage Market show.

As you know I am a bit eclectic with my taste .

I am planning on bringing  a variety of pieces including small furniture and vintage finds.


This was just an old piece of barn wood.

The patina on this piece was perfect for a vintage sign transformation.

I did a coat of Annie Sloan Louis blue and a thin wash of old white.

I sanded it down a bit and then traced letters using a font from word to this board.

The first thing that came to my head was hillside dairy farm with that date.


I really love this old finish don’t you?


I took a photo here with it above my cabinets.

This is one of those pieces I hate to part with.

This will be available at the Vintage Market.

I will be sharing more as I prepare for the market!


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    • Anne says

      Thank you Martina! Sometimes it is hard to part with things you sell.As much as I would love to keep this it is going to the sale :-)

  1. says

    Love that sign you made! I bet that will sell fast. I don’t blame you for not wanting to part with it. At least you can always make another one though if you need to. I look forward to seeing more things you’ll be selling. Wish I lived in your area so I could attend it.

  2. says

    Wow Anne this sign is so great. I love it. I think it looks pretty wonderful about your cabinets. I can see where it would be hard to part with it. You will just have to make another one because I know this one will sell quickly.

  3. says

    Just lovely Anne! I have been in a sign painting mood in the last few days… haven’t painted one yet, but there’s lots of ideas flowing. Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. says

    Anne, that is a great piece of work. Before I read down I thought it was an old original sign. Someone will be sure to snatch it up. Wish it could be me..Happy Monday..Judy

  5. says

    I love the sign, Anne! It’s got the perfect amount of aging to make it look authentically old. Somebody is going to love bringing that sign home!

    • Anne says

      Thank you Donna! Yes that is a cool poster.But I have no hand in that.The holder of the event was very cleaver with that :-)

  6. says

    Love the sign. You did a wonderful job. Wish I lived closer I would enjoy to attend. But I live a long ways from your front door. Have a great time andi thewednesdaybaker

  7. says

    Oh, I love it.
    I’ve been working on trying to make one too.
    Pinterest project I decided to try my hand at.
    I must admit, yours looks so much better than my attempt.
    I love the aged look on yours.
    Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing.

  8. says

    This is gorgeous! I love how the louis blue looks with the wash! Would love you to share it at my link party –

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