Hey guys! 🙂
I’m a little nuts (okay, a lot nuts) when it comes to old cabinet doors.
I love going to my local Habitat For Humanity ReStore and digging through all the cabinet doors, looking for the perfect ones to give new life.
I mean, just look at them – they are essentially a pre-framed wood canvas just waiting to be repurposed into treasured farmhouse style decor.
Who could possibly resist?
I know I can’t.
Combine that with my favorite time of year, and I have the perfect storm of creativity.
And I love it, because that sure doesn’t happen a lot.
DIY Hello Fall Sign Made From A Repurposed Cabinet Door
What you’lll need for this project:
- Old cabinet door
- Paint and wax brushes
- FolkArt Home Decor chalk paint in Sheepskin (where to buy)
- FolkArt Home Decor chalk paint in Rich Black (where to buy)
- FolkArt Home Decor Wax in Clear (where to buy)
- FolkArt Home Decor Wax in Antiquing (where to buy)
- Krud Cutter Prepaint Cleaner (where to buy)
- FamoWood 404026 Latex Wood Filler (where to buy)
- 3M 150 grit sandpaper (where to buy)
- Royal Brush Gray Graphite Paper (where to buy).
- Royal Brush Embossing and Styling Set (where to buy)
- Hello Fall free printable
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Clean the cabinet door using the Krud Cutter prepaint cleaner and patch the screw holes using the FamoWood latex wood filler.
Paint the cabinet door using two coats of the Folkart Chalk Paint in Sheepskin, then distress using the 150 grit sandpaper.
That’s all there is to it! 🙂 I donated this sign as a raffle prize for a fundraiser. I hope the person who won it enjoys having it as much as I enjoyed making it!
I staged the sign in my Farmhouse Fall Entryway vignette for pictures before donating it to the fundraiser.
I hope you enjoyed this DIY Hello Fall sign made out of a repurposed cabinet door tutorial! If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comments section below!
Happy sign making!