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Learn How to Paint Words

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This month's painted furniture theme is “Words!”

Wanting to paint words on signs and furniture? Learn how with all of today's projects!

I look forward to participating each month.

But this month has been crazy busy.

On top of wife, mom and blogger…..I had to go and add Realtor to the mix. I'm loving it by the way.

I started painting our dining room on Sunday. If you follow on Instagam, you've seen a bit of that.

I started to work on what I had planned out for this month, but couldn't bring myself to start another project until I had the dining room completed.

I have one wall to go. I'm dreading it. It's the wall with the china cabinet. I've got to empty the cabinet first. 

I didn't want any of you to miss out on the fabulous projects this month so you'll find the linky below minus mine.

In this spirit of painting words….here are a few of my past projects.

5 painting words

Click each link for the technique tutorial.

Toy Chest Makeover with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint with graphic How-To by Our Southern Home

Painted Toy Chest


French Inspired Chest Makeover with Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paints via Our Southern Home

French Inspired Painted Chest


Home Sweet Home Sign Tutorial from Our Southern Home

Home Sweet Home Sign


Tool Box with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and easy font transfer tutorial from Our Southern Home #ascp #anniesloanchalkpaint

Vintage Tool Box


Pottery Barn inspired Diner sign tutorial created with materials on-hand by Our Southern Home. #rockyourknockoff #knockoff

Pottery Barn Knockoff Diner Sign


Now for all the new awesome projects from my Furniture Painting Friends!!!

New painted furniture theme each month!




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  1. I don’t blame you for not wanting to empty out that china cabinet. I know that will be a big task but think about how nice it will be when it get the inside dusted, the wall painted, and your cabinet back in place.

    I’ve got to remember to get my oil pastels from school and take them home!

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