Step 3) Print your PRINTABLE.
*For personal use only.
I had the printable printed out at an office supply store for $0.20 per copy to save my printer’s ink. The printable measures 5 x 6 1/2 inches. Spray the back of the printable with spray adhesive and adhere to the wood. Use your fingers or an object to smooth out any bumps. Then I allowed it to dry for about 24 hours. Step 4) I lightly sprayed several coats of sealer to protect it from lots and lots of
grease vegetable juice splashing on it. Allow to dry between coats.
Step 5) I hammered in an upholstery nail to each corner of the printable to add a finishing touch.TIP – To help prevent the upholstery nail from bending it is best to create a small pilot hole. This can be done by either hammering in a small nail and remove it or drill a tiny hole.
Now that the Kitchen Conversion Plaque is complete it is time to decide where to hang it. I suggest either gluing magnets to the back, using a command strip or a saw tooth hanger depending on where you choose to hang it.