Grateful, Thankful, Blessed

Hi friends,

Looking for a quick project to add to your Fall decor? This little Grateful, Thankful, Blessed sign might be just the thing!

I found my slatted wood panel at Hobby Lobby and it has an easel on the back so you can put it anywhere – it measures about 8 by 8 inches. I also found my wood words there in the seasonal aisle. There are options for words in other mediums like chipboard or metal in other areas of the store as well. You could also use a stencil and paint to add your words. 🙂

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I used Americana Décor Acrylic Chalky Finish Paint in Everlasting White to paint my slatted wood panel. I added 2 coats, letting it dry between coats. I painted my words with black acrylic paint. (Here’s a great set of acrylic paints if you need to resupply your craft room.)

After all the paint was dry, I used E6000 clear adhesive to attach the words to the slatted wood panel.

Here it is! It adds a little farmhouse touch to my Fall decor – but I can also use it all year long because the sentiment lasts much longer than just through November.

You can find the info on my cute little acorns in this post.

I am truly Grateful, Thankful, and Blessed that you are here! ❤️

Anita

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2 Responses to Grateful, Thankful, Blessed

  1. Michelle says:

    This is so pretty!

    Like

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