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This DIY Shiplap sign is the perfect rustic farmhouse-inspired project that is budget friendly and doesn’t require you to actually shiplap a wall or room!

Rustic Farmhouse-Inspired DIY Shiplap Sign. Easy DIY to get the fixer upper style shiplap without actually shiplapping a room. Adds farmhouse style to your home!

It’s no secret that I love all things farmhouse.

From the neutral color palette to the use of metals and aged wood, there’s pretty much nothing I don’t absolutely love.

One of my favorite farmhouse trends is the use of shiplap.  Shiplap walls are all the rage these days, and for great reason!  They’re beautiful, cozy yet rustic and can be used in basically any room.

You know I want to go and shiplap all the walls!! {Anyone with me?!}

But, I decided to test the shiplap waters first by making a DIY shiplap sign!

And, you guys, I love love love it!!

Rustic Farmhouse-Inspired DIY Shiplap Sign. Easy DIY to get the fixer upper style shiplap without actually shiplapping a room. Adds farmhouse style to your home!

Rustic Farmhouse-Inspired DIY Shiplap Sign. Easy DIY to get the fixer upper style shiplap without actually shiplapping a room. Adds farmhouse style to your home!

Rustic Farmhouse-Inspired DIY Shiplap Sign. Easy DIY to get the fixer upper style shiplap without actually shiplapping a room. Adds farmhouse style to your home!

I absolutely cannot wait to show you guys how I made rustic DIY shiplap sign!

Head on over to Making it in the Mountains to see my full tutorial!

Wishing you a joyful day!

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7 Comments

  1. Lora

    That exposed brick is gorgeous, love it! Your sign turned out great and I like how you included the mason jars for flowers.

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  2. Barb Nichols

    This is lovely! I found you on Blogging Over Breakfast. Your sight is sweet!

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  3. Vicki Bennett

    I am not criticizing, I am just letting you and others think about this way as an alternative way to style your open shelves.
    I group items on my shelves. Larger items in the back smaller items up front. Medium size in the middle. I try to always make a vignette
    For example: A large whimsical rooster with a lamb and a small stuffed black cat. Then I have an old medium size bucket with the original red with the word apple on it. I filled it with carved balls. I incorporated a small bunched of grubby candles that I made myself tied up with some homespun fabric and last but not least a upcycled picture frame that I painted mustard and distressed with black . Both paints were chalk paint.
    The candles were taper candles that I broke in half. I melted some old candles, added some loose tea and a fragrance and used coffee grounds. After the wax had cooled enough I spooned the wax over the candles, turning them as needed for full coverage. I repeated this step 4x’s to get the required thickness I wanted. Then tied them up with some homespun. They look great!

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