Script Wall Expressions Decor

When we visited Magnolia Market at the Silos last December (you can read about our visit here), I fell in love with these Script Wall Expressions. They are handmade metal signs by JDH Iron Designs and each one looks just a little different. Also be sure to check out his website for all of the other amazing things he has to offer! If you are a fan of Fixer Upper, you’ve seen the wonderful custom designs Jimmy Don has made for Joanna and Chip. 🙂

If you can’t make the trip to Waco, TX, you can still get one of these Script Wall Expressions on the Magnolia Market website. There are 5 different words to choose from: Home, Inspire, Family, Fresh, and Gather. They look great alone on your wall, but here’s what I decided to do with mine. I chose the word Home…

I found this unfinished Slatted Panel with Rope Handle at Hobby Lobby. I liked that the edges were offset and also that the rope is attached on the back so it’s easy to hide if you want.

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I used 2 coats of chalky finish paint by Deco Art in the color Lace to paint the wood panel. Then I lightly dry-brushed it with dark brown acrylic paint to give it a distressed look.

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If you look closely, you can see the 2 tiny nails that I added to the panel so I could hang the word at an angle. And here’s how it looks all finished…

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I have my finished Script Wall Expression propped on my mantel, but it would also look great on the wall or on a shelf or on that perfect farmhouse cabinet you may have.

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

 

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