Tiered tray sign bundle for your CLASSIC looking farmhouse decor
I am loving this tiered tray decor that’s all the rage right now. There are so many different seasons, holidays, and themes you can do. Or you can keep it super classy and simple with the classic black and white farmhouse colors. There is so much you can do with these simple color scheme. You can keep it black and white or add a couple rustic pieces that will give it a pop of color here and there. I love how versatile it is!
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If you LOVE this crafty post be sure to check out how I made a mini house family number sign. Instead of using vinyl like I did on these rustic farmhouse mini signs I painted it instead.
If you’re in to the rustic farmhouse style how can you not love a mini wooden tag that has farm animals on it?! This one is probably my favorite of all the bundled pieces. I absolutely LOVE chickens! Well of course cows and pigs too but chickens are really my favorite farm animal! Every time I see one, whether that be a real life chicken or a picture of one, I smile! They are just too cute!
TIERED TRAY RUSTIC SIGNS
For this tiered tray bundle I incorporated different sizes and shapes to these farmhouse pieces mix it up a bit. I typically create identical bases for my handmade sign pieces, like these hilarious rustic looking cactus signs. Another example are these Easter mini wood tags. They come in a set of 3 but they are all the same sized wood base. While they are super cute I am really loving the mix and match look of the different sized and styled bases of these classic farmhouse tiered tray signs.
Here are the sign bases I used:
Since they are all different sizes and shapes they truly work perfectly for the tiered tray signs.
Unlike most of my signs I actually chose to use vinyl on them instead of painting the entire design. I have been one BUSY momma this year so I’ve been adding more simple designs and styles to my shop line up. I guess I always thought using vinyl was “cheating” in the sign making game but I have no regrets using the vinyl on these designs. They are quick to make, priced at a more affordable price point, and I can get them out to my customers even faster because it takes SO much LESS time to create.
While stenciling designs will always be my preferred method for making signs I do love how these vinyled signs turned out. So much that I have plans to add even more in my shop!
You can grab the FARM FRESH design in my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY.
Want your own set but don’t want to make them? You can purchase your handmade signs from my shop, click here —-> CLASSIC FARMHOUSE STYLE TIERED TRAY SIGNS
If you are a DIY-er and want to make your own rustic farmhouse style tiered tray signs here’s what I recommend you use.
I don’t have a full on tutorial on how I made these signs they were really pretty simple to make since there wasn’t any stenciling involved. Stenciling is a WAY more involved process. But this process is super easy.
Here’s how I made my rustic tiered tray signs
Paint each wood base white. Let dry. Paint a second coat. Let dry.
Once dry distress the edges. Wipe with a dry lint free cloth.
Cut out your designs using your Cricut, or other cutting machine.
Weed your designs using your xacto knife.
Apply your transfer tape and remove paper backing from your designs.
Place your designs on your wood bases. Rub with your vinyl squeegee and remove your transfer tape.
Add any twine accents.
Place on your tiered tray and enjoy!
It’s really that simple! No messing with paint bleed. No fuss with drying time between stenciling paint coats. No stress about paint peel up. I really enjoyed how quick and easy these DIY mini wood signs were!
I hope you enjoyed this crafty tutorial. If you have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments section below.
See how I make my mini wood tags. Don’t have the power tools to create the tags from scratch? Grab the unfinished wood tags here.