If you have been stopping by The 2 Seasons for a while now, you know that I love pantries and that I have one that is also my office (here, here, here, here, and here).
When we did the four-month gut job/remodel project before moving it, I had the solid wood door on the pantry switched out for one made mostly of frosted glass. I knew that would be a good way to let sun from the kitchen’s adjacent sunroom (and here) to into the windowless area.
I could have selected one that had the word Pantry etched into the glass, but at the time with so many decisions being made, I opted to go with a plain frosted glass. Later I regretted that I didn’t get the fancier door.
I mentioned to Jordan that I had spoken to a sign maker about making a large applique that I could just press onto the door, and she said nonchalantly that she could make one for me. I was shocked/thrilled/giddy.
She explained that the Silhouette machine she received for Christmas could do things like pantry signs, and she made one for me in just a few minutes. I carried it home after our last visit. All I had to do to apply it was first clean the door with vinegar and water and let it dry. Then I just pressed it on smoothly and used a credit card edge to make sure there were no air bubbles.