Maybe you're better than me at keeping it all stored in your head, but sometimes I need a little help with kitchen conversions. Of course, I remember the basics, but ask me the size of a dash or how many pints are in a quart and I may have to look it up.
So, I made a cute sign to keep the basics within eye shot.
I first stained a board with Dixie Belle's Voodoo Gel Stain in the color Denim.
The board I used is from Signopoly.
This stain is water based so the clean up is easy & there's no odor. And, you don't have to wear gloves!
I made a vinyl stencil that reads, kitchen conversions, with my Cricut Maker, then used the color Caviar to paint over it.
I made another stencil with the conversion chart. I placed it on the board then painted over it with Dixie Belle's Clear Coat & let that dry. This will help create a barrier to prevent the paint from bleeding under the stencil.
My favorite thing to stencil with is a makeup sponge! I used the color, Haint Blue for the chart.
I used E6000 to glue the jar onto the board.
Now the basic conversions are within eye shot!
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