Farmhouse Glass Kitchen Sign

Today I'm sharing a fun little upcycle that I recently made for my kitchen.  I love the look of farmhouse signs and this cute little number was super easy to make.  I think you'll see lots of opportunities for future projects personalized to your home decor.  

As a Silhouette Monthly Challenge Team, we decided to tackle an upcycle this month.  I am constantly changing out decor, so I have a stash of frames sitting around just waiting to be revived!  

This one used to hang in our bedroom, but was long since taken down and was being stored in my basement storage area.  If you have one like that, then grab it and let me show you how easy it was to make this farmhouse kitchen sign.

Farmhouse Kitchen Sign

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I started with a recycled frame.  If you do not have one lying around, a great place to look is at thrift stores.  Spray paint or paint your frame to the color you desire.  Using your Silhouette, make a logo or image you wish to use.  I chose one from the Silhouette store to use.  Print our your image on clear sticker paper.  Adhere to the glass.  Next, attach heavy gauge wire by stapling it on the back.  I added a ribbon for a finishing touch.  

You can personalize this frame for any room in your home.  If you don't wish to hang it, it would look cute propped against your kitchen backsplash or on a shelf as well. 

I'm thrilled with how it turned out.  It adds a cute little touch to my kitchen.  Want to try this project out yourself?  I've linked to the supplies needed below.  



Let's see what the other Silhouette Challenge team members put together this month!


Farmhouse Kitchen Canister DIY – Houseful of Handmade

DIY Bar Tray – Two Purple Couches

Rachel Teodoro – Making a New Crate Look Vintage + Using a Stencil Made from Vinyl

My Life from Home – Farmhouse Glass Kitchen Sign

Kock it off Kim – Pantry Refresh and Organization

Michelle James Designs – Cool Clock Update

Simply {Darr}ling – Upcycled Painted Globe: Adventure Awaits

Pocketful of Posies – DIY Dry Erase Calendar


To life feeling like home!



  1. Lauren says:

    I love this! I just got a Silhouette, and I can’t wait to try it out! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Theresa Huse says:

    Such a cute idea and kitchen sign! Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Pinned & Shared.

  4. Kati says:

    I love how your sign turned out! Using an old picture frame is brilliant.

  5. angie says:

    Love the sign thanks for showing us and also explaining how it is done
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  6. Megan says:

    I am always in love with ideas using old frames! This kitchen sign is right on the money. Love it!

  7. Beverly says:

    I love your farmhouse sign. What a great use of an old frame. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning to my upcycle board.

  8. Lori says:

    So cute! These are the times I wish I had a silhouette/cricut 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It!

    • Amy says:

      It’s been a love/ hate relationship if I’m honest. It definitely has a learning curve, but each project is getting easier. I’m glad you liked the farmhouse kitchen sign. Thanks for hosting a great link party!

  9. WebMDiva says:

    This is so cute! A great way to repurpose old frames. Thanks so much for sharing. 🙂


  10. Very Very Cute! Sharing on my FB and Pinned

  11. I have always loved these glass signs. Yours turned out so nice. I am going to have to look for that. I love the white frame too. Great job.

  12. Emily says:

    I love this Amy!! I have never used the Silhouette sticker paper before, but I think I need to get my hands on some!

  13. BonBon says:

    I love this kitchen sign.

  14. Amanda says:

    This is so cute!! What a great idea!!

  15. Such a sweet little sign for the kitchen. And I’ve got a ton of empty frames to use for this project.

    Thanks so much for the inspiration!

    {BIG hugs}
    ~ Ashley

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