I made these two Saint Patrick’s Day Signs on a couple of the drawer fronts that I picked up the other day at Habitat For Humanity.
How To Make Saint Patrick’s Day Signs
They were already white but I gave them a coat of my homemade chalk paint just to make sure my acrylics would stick to the drawer front.
Next I stenciled the word Irish with green acrylic paint.
Then I used some of my waterbase antiquing medium. Add a sawtooth hook to the back and that’s it.
Saint Patrick’s Day Four Leaf Clover
Just like the sign above, I added a coat of my homemade chalk paint to the front and sides.
I then drew a four leaf clover on the drawer front.
I used some green acrylic paint and a old paint brush and the stippling technique to fill in the four leaf clover.
Then I free handed painted the word Lucky across the four leaf clover.
I then let everything dry overnight, because I have had the black paint smear before, even when it feels dry.
Then I added some antique medium, by dipping my brush in water then in a dab of the antiquing medium(affiliate). Paint on and wipe off, working in a small section at a time so it doesn’t dry.
Add a saw tooth hook for hanging, and there you have it. Two easy diy Saint Patrick’s Day Signs. What kind of projects are you working on for St. Patty’s Day?
If you liked this project you may enjoy this easy Saint Patrick’s Day decor
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