Stencil a wedding gift
I love to give a wedding gift that is personal. One that I made and one that is one of a kind. Most brides love receiving something that has her new last name on it. (If she is taking his last name that is) For this bride I used a 1 x 6 board that I cut to 2 feet in length. I used Jacobean stain and after it was dry, I used 4 inch stencils that I bought at JoAnn Fabrics, and white acrylic paint. I wanted the name to pop in contrast to the stain.
(Tip: Make sure to check the correct spelling of the last name BEFORE you start!)
After your finished with stenciling, let it dry, and then you are ready to embellish it. I chose 2 red heart buttons and jute twine for the left side. Easy to attach and knot into place.
I have to admit that I permanently borrowed a key from here!
I was going to use a thumb tack to hang it the key (it had a wood thumb press) but since I am all about transparency … it came off and I liked the small nail effect better. I threaded jute through the keyhole to match the other side and then hot glued it into place as I didn’t want it to just to hang straight down.
The whole time I am working on a project I think of the people that will have it hanging in their home.
It brings me joy and adds fun to making the gift. Can any one else relate?
The finished sign! (and yes, I added 2 hooks on the back for them if they choose to hang it)
I pray their marriage will be blessed,