So we have these cutest little castile soaps in store. They come in the cutest little glass amber bottles and I simply could not bring myself to throw it away. So what does a crafter do? She makes something of course! I can not wait to show you how this 10 Minute DIY Herb Sign turned out!
To start, I had this little Dollar Tree sign from my recent haul and thought it would be the perfect platform for mounting the amber bottle. I didn’t love the original artwork but for the cute shape and price it couldn’t be beat.
First things first, I removed the original hanger and sat it aside to thread beads on for later use. Then I gave it a quick coat of white chalk paint. I am a firm believer that paint can change pretty much anything!
The next step of the process included a little bit of stenciling, hand lettering (and I use that term very loosely) and a whole lot of distressing.
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I decided it needed another little stencil to complete the look I was going for here. Imagine a cute little Farmer’s Market sign…that’s what were going for. After Stenciling and distressing I attached the forementioned soap bottle to the sign using a combination of Titebond and hot glue.
I topped of this little beauty with threaded beads on the original hanging string, some faux rosemary stem from Roost and Restore Home and the cutest little ribbon and raffia bow you ever did see!
Is this not the grandest little transformation? Not to mention, how stinking easy was that? Literally a project that you could complete from start to finish in 10 minutes.
I don’t know about you but now I am ready for market season. Craft fairs, veggies stands, lemonade carts…all of it! It’s fun to think that all of these emotions can be stirred by one little project!
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