Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign

Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign

This would have to be one of my most favourite Farmhouse projects yet. I’m seeing more and more of these sweet signs whilst out shopping and drool every time I see them! So to save myself from further drooling incidents I  thought I would try and make myself one. There’s a nice spot right above my kitchen pantry  where a nice Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign would look perfect!

Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign

Make you very own DIY Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign |

I found this old pallet on the side of the road for a DIY Pallet Challenge that I joined recently, where a whole stack of awesome Bloggers had to make something out of a pallet. For that Challenge, I decided to make a DIY Pallet Rustic Bath Caddy and had lots of pallet wood left to play with. What’s a girl to do??!!

That’s right make a Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign!!

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DIY Rustic Pallet Bath Caddy |

Step 1– Remove 1 of the wood pieces from the front of the pallet.

HANDY HIT: Use a wooden wedge or a crowbar and your hammer to leverage off the wood pieces.

DIY Rustic Pallet Bath Caddy |

Remove any nails and sand using your sanding block the entire piece of wood to prepare the surface for painting.

HANDY HINT: I always put the rusty nails that I don’t want into an old plastic bottle to discard as I would hate for someone to stand on one!!

Then using your paint brush give the entire piece 2 coats of milk coloured chalk paint, leaving to dry in between coats. Once dry sand back to give a nice distress look.

HANDY HINT: Don’t distress to heavily as you will go back after the lettering has been applied and sand again.

Almost there

Make your very own DIY Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign to add some sweet farmhouse charm to your kitchen | Full tutorial |

Then transfer the lettering onto the wood using your graphic paper and stylus.

HANDY HINT: Make sure you trace around all of the thicker letters because this makes it easier to block in with your round brush and stay in the lines.

Using your round brush and Americana Lamp Black Paint block in your lettering and allow to dry.

HANDY HINT: HANDY TIP: you want the paint to be a watery consistency but not too much otherwise it will bleed. Practice on a piece of scrap wood.

Once dry, using your sanding block distress for desired effect and wax to seal.

Make your very own DIY Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign to add some sweet farmhouse charm to your kitchen | Full tutorial |

Make your very own DIY Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign to add some sweet farmhouse charm to your kitchen | Full tutorial |

You can use any type of wording or even your favourite phrase. The possibilities are endless!

Happy Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign Making!


Don’t have time to make just now? Be sure to Pin for later 🙂

Make your very own DIY Pallet Farmhouse Pantry Sign to add some sweet farmhouse charm to your kitchen | Full tutorial |



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Live Randomly Simple – Totally Terriffic Tuesday

VMG206 – Brag About It

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Savvy Southern Style – WOW us Wednesday

Lou Lou Girls – Fabulous Party

What Meegan Makes – Inspiration Monday

My Salvaged Treasures – Talk of the Town

Hope Studios – Tutorial Tuesday

Twelve On Main – Merry Monday

 Snap Shots and Snippets – Pin worthy Wednesday

Lamberts Lately – Create It Thursday

The Turquoise Home – Awesome DIY Projects for the Home + Work it Wednesday

Designer Trapped in a Lawyers Body – DIY like a Boss

Sweetpea- Best of the Weekend

Vintage Paint and More – Share it One More Time

Grandma Ideas – Party in Your Pj’s

Little Red Window – DIY Collective

KreativK – Sweet Inspiration

Shoestring Elegance – What to Do Weekends

Dear Creatives – My Favorite Things

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  1. Love the sign! It looks great over the pantry door! Thanks so much for sharing with us this week at Brag About It! Pinned and tweeted to share!

    1. You will have so much fun making one Brooke and they are a little addictive too LOL! Your most very welcome for the tutorial, I’m glad you enjoyed it!! Good luck with making one and would LOVE to see your’s! 🙂

  2. This is great, Sam! I love Farmhouse Style and I’m dying to try making a pallet sign of my own. Thanks for the helpful tutorial, too.
    Thank you for sharing this week at Brag About It link party on VMG206 (Mondays at Midnight). I plan to feature you next week!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

    1. WOW what an honor to be crowned such an awesome thing!! Thank you Sanchez and I am so glad you have enjoyed my pallet projects! Wishing you a wonderful week to!! 🙂

  3. I really like the weathered lettering. Great tutorial because we all know that signs like this can get really expensive!

    Pam’s Life

    1. Thank you Pam! They sure can be expensive and am so glad I could make such a cheaper alternative! Thank you for popping by to say hi! 🙂

  4. Oh, this is so nice Sam! I love the farmhouse sign and above the pantry it looks fabulous! I like the idea of using the old pallet wood! And it doesn’t require major power tools! Thanks so much for sharing at Sweet Inspiration #3!! Happy Saturday!!

    1. Thank you so much Katrin! Me too! There are sooooo many wonderful projects you can do with old pallets! You have made some AWESOME ones! 🙂

  5. Sam, this sign is very cool!! Love the distressed look you gave the lettering. I like all the helpful tips you give in your tutorial. I’ll have to make a pallet sign sometime soon. It looks so great!!

  6. Love the sign, just found it thanks to remodelholic. LOVE the sugar & spice garlad above it, did you make that, too?

    1. Thank you for visiting Melanie and taking the time out to make such a sweet comment! I didn’t make that sign unfortunately. I have had it for years and think I got it from a Country Store which has since closed 🙁

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