autumn wood sign | free printable

You know our love old upcycling.  And our love of cupboard doors.  Today’s fun post was inspired by one of our favorite blog, Ella Claire.  Her sign is perfectly distressed and just adorable.  We thought we’d take a cue from cute Kristin and create a pretty autumn wood sign…and a free printable too!

All you need is an old door and some pretty paint.

We’ve shared how you can cut your design and easily turn it into a sign many a times!  Here is one of those times.

If you don’t have a cabinet door lying around in your decor closet collecting dust available, feel free to simply print our design and place in an 8×10 frame to spruce up your fall space!

Click HERE to download your own :)

We have learned it can be easy to make something from nothing. (Stay tuned next week to see our upcycled grapevine wreath Kristi pulled from the trash!)  And turning junk into decor is one of our very favorite things ;)

 

Cute fall mantel! Bonus: free printable!

 Check out ALL of our fall/autumn ideas like these cuties below:

Patterned pumpkins | Pumpkin Trio Blocks | Framed Pumpkin Wreath

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  1. 1

    I just love subway art! You do such a GREAT job turning junk into art :-)

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  2. 2

    Great sign, thanks for sharing the template!

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      lollyjane

      Thanks for stopping by, Wendy! And you’re welcome! :)

  3. 4

    That is adorable! I totally get the stuff sitting in the closet collecting dust. I have a few collecting saw dust :) I just might have to pick up this idea. Thanks for sharing!

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      lollyjane

      Ha ha Sunny- we have a bunch of sawdust on projects in the garage, too! LOL
      Thanks for stopping by!

  4. 6

    This is VERY cute I just love it!! My favorite time of year for sure!!!

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    Love this project! I know it’s been awhile, but by any chance do you know what fonts were used to create the lettering? I love the Corn Maze one especially :) Thanks

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