DIY Retro Kitchen EAT Sign Reveal

May 27, 2014

Okay folks, it's time for the big kitchen sign reveal! 

I'll admit that I might be a tad bit more excited than you are, but I really wanted to share it with you all because I absolutely love it!

In a prior post I shared a few sample ideas from my Kitchen Signs Pinterest Board, like the ones below.

And yes, the word "Eat" runs rampant throughout.  So if you guessed that I would use THAT for my sign, you were right!

Look familiar?


I painted it on the same vintage crate/box I picked up for $5.00 at the
 Pecatonica Antique and Flea Market
a few weeks ago. 
I was SO happy with how this baby turned out! 
For this picture I added the tulips for a pop of color.
It's sitting on an antique box that my husband has had since before we got married, almost 20 years ago.
And of course the tulips are in one of my authentic vintage Ball jars.
I love using Ball jars for vases.
Isn't she grand?
Well I sure think so!
Stay tuned for the tutorial on how to make your own stencil.
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Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

How clever to use the inside of a crate - I love it!

laura Madalene said...

You are truly the "BOMB" !! I love how this project looks.. You make everything look so simple.Italian Kitchen

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

It turned out great, Kathleen! I'll be watching for your stencil tutorial, too. I am always looking for easy ways to make signs {since I am not artistic at all in that way}.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Love it - you really did good!
Enjoy your evening.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

She IS grand! I love it. Crazy that we now have to clarify that it is a true vintage blue jar, now that you can buy them in stores. I would love to know how to make a stencil!


Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

She sure is! What a clever idea to use that wonderful old box you found. Love it.

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

It looks great, Kathleen! You did a great job!

NanaDiana said...

Love that you used a crate for your signage. Very clever! It turned out great and that is a wonderful piece your hubby has. xo Diana

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Kathleen, your sign looks great! I love how you re-purposed the crate too! Super cute!

Gypsy Heart said...

Looks great!! You are very creative.


At Home in English Valley said...

Very cool sign. I love that crate, spider webs and all, but now it's got the cool stencil. It can still be used in a vignette, as a tray to hold treasures of the season. My favorite kind of find, versatile. Take care my creative friend. Love, Penny

Carmody Tisdale said...

Really pretty! I just made some placemats that would go perfect with this.

Daniela @Frugal Aint Cheap said...

love the crate sign! and you could also use it as a tray

Michele Reynolds said...

I <3 your retro sign! Pinned

must love junk said...

LOVE this!! Great job :)

The Charm of Home said...

Cute sign. Great look for your kitchen!

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