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I’m sure you can guess my favorite drink from my blog, that’s right it’s Coffee! I realized looking at my open kitchen shelves that I didn’t have a coffee sign. I had to fix that. Here is my cute coffee bar sign for my kitchen.
My inspiration for this sign came from this cute sign from https://wikibuy.com This site is awesome because it finds you the best deals on the web. I had this great opportunity to work with them to bring you this post.
This sign is perfect for our kitchen because we are always being silly or dancing around. Does this sign fit your kitchen?
Yes I love making signs, but sometimes life happens and you just don’t have time. I also found a cute Black Farmhouse Paper Towel Holder and a farmhouse ceiling light (the light is not up yet, but hopefully soon). They are perfect additions for our farmhouse kitchen.
Let’s Create a Coffee Bar Sign
One day at Home Goods (one of my favorite stores) I saw this cute beat up sign on the markdown rack. I flipped it over to check the price & it was 30 cents. I even asked a sales associate because I couldn’t believe it was 30 cents, so remember check the markdown rack because you can always give it new life. This sign found a new home in my home.
Here’s the cute fox sign.
The first step was to remove the paper that was peeling. I left all the paper on the sides because it was fine and painted over it.
For paint I used the sample can of Dovetail from Sherwin Williams (its the dark grey of our kitchen cabinets). It took a couple coats, but it looks great! I don’t have a craft room so the kitchen is my crafting space. To keep your table protected use a trifold board from the dollar store to paint on (this one has been used a lot).
In Cricut Design Space™, I created an SVG for the sign. Here is my Farmhouse Coffee Bar SVG.
Then I cut the SVG in Oracal 651 Black Vinyl and the coffee cup in White Oracal 651 Vinyl. I weeded the design and used transfer tape to apply it to the sign.
This sign is perfect for the open kitchen cabinets by my cream and sugar over my coffee pot. Love is always brewing in our house. Make sure you check out https://wikibuy.com too for great deals. Also don’t forget to always go to the markdown section because you never know what treasure might be hiding.