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Farm Fresh Upcycled Saw Home Decor Idea

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I have so much to say about this awesome farm fresh upcycled saw home decor idea. It’s simple, but really cute and you can hang it almost anywhere!

If you have just a few minutes, can find an old saw at the thrift store, and an inclination to turn a saw into a wall hanging, well, you’re in the right place, because there is a trick, you know. LOL!

And, I’ll be honest, I was a little concerned that I might ruin my saw blade trying to figure out how to get lettering on it without using vinyl. So, I bought two. And there were several more at the thrift store, so I would think you could find some at your local store.

If a long blade isn’t your thing, you could even do the same with a round saw blade.

The tutorial will work on any shape saw blade and the style will look awesome on that, too. You’ll just want to make sure that any paint on the saw blade is removed, then you’re good.

So, a little elbow grease, if there’s old paint on your saw blade, but still, not a big deal.

And you’ve got your wall art all done without a cutting machine. Woohoo!

How to Make an Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign

Since I wanted to make this easy wall decor idea without a cutting machine (just for funzies–also I was out of black vinyl), it could have been one of those projects that just get put off forever.

But then I had this easy idea for getting some letters onto metal that really wasn’t as big of a deal as you might think.

Hint: It involves a pencil, a stencil and a few minutes of time.

And that’s it. Isn’t that fabulous?!

What You Need to Make an Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign

For this home accent project here is what you need:

  • Tape
  • Old Saw Blade (I found mine at the thrift store)
  • Pencil
  • Printed Lettering Sheet
  • Xacto Knife

Oh, and after you pin this so you can come back to the project when you’ve got everything together, I would love for you to leave a comment on what you think of this tutorial.

If you are looking for more Home Decor Ideas for your kitchen then this Fun & Easy Decorative Craft Magnets and Reverse Canvas are a great starting point.

Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign
Yield: 1 Awesome Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign

Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 21 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $5

You're not going to find a more cool addition to your farmhouse decor. This Upcycled Saw Farm Fresh Sign is the cutest little sign that has a home in my dining area right next to a windmill!

Materials

  • Old Saw Blade (I found mine at the thrift store)
  • Printed Lettering Sheet

Tools

  • Xacto Knife
  • Pencil
  • Tape

Instructions

  1. Clean your saw blade of any paint, rust, tape or anything else.
  2. Cut out the lettering from the printable with the Xacto knife.
  3. Tape the paper on the saw blade with the letter cutouts placed where you want them to end up on the saw blade.
  4. With a pencil, trace, and fill in the lettering on the saw blade using the cut out letters like a stencil.
  5. Add a piece of wood to the back for hanging.
  6. Remove the paper and tape, then enjoy it!

Notes

Traditional paint will not work in this instance. It just peels off the metal...

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