HAPPY THANKSGIVING, friends!!
We were busy in the kitchen today, cooking and baking up a storm. How about you?! I wanted to stop by to share my last Thanksgiving project of the year. I made these Fence Slat Thanksgiving Signs for a couple of craft fairs and as gifts for the hostesses of some parties we are attending over the extended weekend. I really love how the turned out…
We cut the fence slats at 15 inches and I used my Silhouette to create a vinyl stencil. I applied the vinyl and then painted the slats white. After they dried, I added holes and twine to some of them so they could hang from the wall. Easy peasy.
I love the rustic, shabby chic look the fence slats bring.
The four words I used- Grateful, Bounty, Blessed, and Thankful were inspired by the hand stamped wooden utensils that Amy at The Idea Room made. I’d like to invite her over for dinner just so I can possibly receive those cute utensils. Seriously :) But these 4 words really remind me of what Thanksgiving is what it’s all about.
I am thankful for thy blessings and grateful for this bounty.
I am oh-so-thankful for each and every one of you who stops by to read Mine for the Making. I truly hope you have an amazing Thanksgiving with your family and friends!