Last week I posted on my latest adventure with beadboard wallpaper – my kitchen backsplash. Well, I got inspired and decided to re-do the art above my stove.
About a year ago I made a word-art sign that hung above my stove that said “What’s Cookin’ Good Lookin'” because it’s not an unusual occurrence for someone in this household to burst out singing this song.
While I loved the pop of yellow, the text didn’t read well from far away, so once I had my new backsplash I was inspired to give it another go! This time around I choose a higher contrasting blue and white letters and a chunkier typeface – Helvetica.
As a reminder of how I transfer my letters on to my wood board, see below!
The EASIEST Way to Transfer Fonts to Wood Boards:
1. Choose a font and what you’d like to say – and print it out!
2. Turn the paper over and rub it with chalk
3. Tape the paper (chalk-side down) and tape it into place. Trace over the outlines of the letters with a pen or pencil.
4. The pressure of the pen should leave a chalky residue behind, transferring your type.
5. Begin painting! Start with the outlines and then fill the letters in. I used craft paint and a tiny paintbrush.
6. After the paint has dried, the chalk residue will just wipe away.
You tell me, what’s cookin’ good lookin’?
(And on that note – I need to cook some dinner!)