French Garden Sign

Using the top of a sewing table i created a French Garden Sign.
I repurposed a sewing table with a flat top. The original top piece was made into a sign. This is the sewing table without the flip top. the flip top is the perfect size for a sign.
I painted the flip top a pretty green then stenciled on the Paris Garden Design.
I did a little distressing to give it an aged look. I then added a old bread loaf pan for flowers. The flowers here are actually wooden that I purchased at a craft fair. Real flowers could also be planted.
A chain was added to the top using the hinges that were already there for hanging. Placed on a fence or garden gate would be the perfect place for this sign.

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  • Hannah V
    Hannah V
    on Jan 19, 2015

    Lovely!

  • Emmawilliams1
    Emmawilliams1
    on Apr 13, 2020

    Love it....Bet I have some old cabinet doors in shed that would serve the same purpose...thanks for the idea...Love the french wording....

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