I was so busy making, creating, fluffing, and decorating last week that I struggled to find the time to share any of it with all of you! But now that I’m somewhat caught up on the home-front, I am ready to unleash some goodness your way. Let’s kick off the fall festivities with a free gift for you–an autumn printable in your choice of chalkboard, or reversed chalkboard.
This sign turned out so cute! My only regret is that I had to scrap my DIY wood frame since some of my wood was bowed and didn’t turn out quite right. I might run back to Lowe’s for another piece of wood and try again. I like it the way it currently is but I think the wood frame would really complete the piece.
I made the quote using a font I had purchased and created a $3 engineer print of my design at Staples. I mounted it to a $5 piece of lauan plywood using spray mount adhesive and secured it to the wall with some removable Command strips. For more tips on creating and mounting engineer prints, you might enjoy this post: Tips for Creating Engineer Prints.
I did receive a few bubbles this time when mounting, but nothing I couldn’t live with.
I hung the sign over my bar cart and it says, “Autumn makes me want to wear tweed drink tea and learn something.” I’m not sure who the quote is by, but it makes me smile with it’s truth so I knew it was the one for me! I love fall and have already switched over to drinking my beloved Earl Grey each evening.
My neighbor allowed me to cut some of her limelights and I added a $5 grocery store bouquet of roses to create this gorgeous arrangement!
If you were prefer a chalkboard look, I’ve got you covered! Here is a mock-up I created for you in Olioboard of what the print might look like in white on black. You can download both if you’d like and decide later which one to choose!
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I love your font as well. Would you mind sharing the name of it with me too?
I bought a package of fonts from an ad on Facebook which had 39 fonts for $39. I created this printable in PicMonkey using one of those fonts, but I altered the font so that my letters bent and weren’t straight. It changed the look of the font. I went back into PicMonkey to see if I can figure out which font I used and I’m afraid I’m no help. I am a font collector and have so many that look similar to this one. I recommend looking on Creative Market. That is where I purchase many of the fonts I use.
I love the font you use in the all Bart Cart and Free Wall Printable tutorial. Would you mind sharing the name of the font and/or the website you purchased it from? Thanks!
Thanks Louise! I can’t remember which one this is. I created the printable in PicMonkey which allows you to pull up all of your fonts. I did manipulate the font within Picmonkey to get the words to bend the way I wanted. I’ll try and look in my font file to figure out which one I used. I’ve purchased several fonts over the years. I just love beautiful lettering, don’t you?