Annie’s Farmhouse Style Kit Club features craft projects featuring laid-back designs to add a farmhouse vibe to your space. Every month, they send a new kit that includes all the crafting materials you need, plus easy, step-by-step instructions. All you will need from home are basic tools like a glue gun and scissors. The subscription is $19.99 a month plus $5.95 shipping ($6.95 in Canada).
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The items came in a white padded mailer.
Every box comes with an Annie’s Farmhouse Kit Club booklet.
This month’s project is Rustic Noel Sign!
The guide provides detailed step-by-step instructions for the project.
Each step is accompanied by photos so it’s easy to tell if you’re doing the right thing!
Everything in my box!
For this month’s project, one of the main materials they provided is a wood frame.
It’s a well-crafted wood frame with solid wood backing, 6 slide locks, and a steel frame hook.
Aside from the frame, the kit also includes 3 pieces of wooden letters.
They also sent a burlap, which is needed for making the wreath.
Next in my kit is a pair of latex gloves, sponges, a paintbrush, and stencil.
To add more flair to the ornament, here are 5 different colors of paint and stain.
First, I put a clean, used carton in my work area and I started painting the wooden letters in black.
While waiting for the letters to dry, I peeled off the back of the stencil, stuck it onto the pencil markings that I made on the backing board, and painted it with red.
Using the sponge, I filled the burlap with green-colored paint.
I also used a sponge to stain the wooden frame. While doing all of these, I was wearing latex gloves to protect my hands from the paints and stains.
After I’m done with the painting, I let them dry for a few more hours.
When it’s dry, cut marquise shapes out of the burlap with the following measurement: 1 1/4 inches in length and 3/4 inch wide.
Then, arrange the wooden letters between the red stripes, and put a huge space between the N and the E because it is where you’ll put the wreath. Once done, stick these letters and wreath to the backing board using hot glue.
Since the glue we used is hot, it may cause discoloration on some part of the burlaps.
The last step is to insert the backing board into the frame and erase the pencil marks using the white paint.
Here’s my completed Rustic Noel Sign project!
This month’s Annie’s Farmhouse Style Kit-Of-The-Month Club is Christmas-themed and involved some painting and some design and arrangement. As always, the kit provided almost all the materials I needed to complete the project, except for some that are just commonly found in the home such as a pencil, ruler, hot glue, paper towels, and more. I also appreciate the inclusion of the instruction booklet. It’s well-detailed and it even includes illustrations, making everything easy even for beginners. If you love handmade projects, this craft subscription is for you. They even match the projects with the current season and celebrations, and that’s really fun, because I can get a little crafting done without worrying about what I’m going to make, or sourcing the supplies!
What do you think of the Annie’s Farmhouse Style Kit-of-the-Month Club box?