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Printable Vintage Inspired Coffee Sign

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Include your love of coffee in your art with this fun printable vintage inspired coffee sign.

More coffee bar love today! As I am putting all the finishing touches on my little spot of heaven, I realized I need some coffee themed art for the space.

I have been displaying my printable Kitchen Conversion Chart on the shelf (which I do love), but it would be more appropriate to move that to the kitchen instead of being in the dining room. And I really need something more coffee related on the shelf above my coffee bar, right? So I took the opportunity to make this free printable Vintage Inspired Coffee Sign.

I love vintage coffee signs. Celebrate your love of coffee with this free printable vintage inspired coffee sign. Perfect for decorating a coffee bar or dinning room. | Housefulofhandmade.com


I knew I wanted something vintage looking for my coffee art. I love vintage coffee signs! They are bold and simple and make me want a steaming cup of joe. I mixed my love of vintage coffee signs with my love of chalkboard signs and came up with this fun free printable for you.

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I love vintage coffee signs. Celebrate your love of coffee with this free printable vintage inspired coffee sign. Perfect for decorating a coffee bar or dinning room. | Housefulofhandmade.com

I am displaying my printable art on my clipboard picture frame. The white frame is perfect to help it stand out on our feature plank wall. And the picture frame will give me some height on the shelf. Perfection!

I love vintage coffee signs. Celebrate your love of coffee with this free printable vintage inspired coffee sign. Perfect for decorating a coffee bar or dinning room. | Housefulofhandmade.com

I wanted to add some thickness to the printable. I love a good printable, but if it is not placed in a frame, sometimes I want it to have more substance.

Since my printer won’t print on anything thicker than regular cardstock I found an easy way to give me the printable the thickness I wanted. Using some spray glue, apply a thin coat to a piece of coverstock, then carefully place the printable on top.

I used a vinyl scraper to make sure it was secured all over without any bubbles. Now I have nice sturdy piece of printable art for displaying!

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Now I’m ready to relax with a hot cup of my favorite coffee and enjoy our coffee bar!

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