This project is pretty easy to make and just requires a little planning if you want to order a wooden Anchor like the one I am using here. The anchor is from the Unfinished Wood Co. in Georgia. Their products can be found online and in some craft stores. If you are unable to find the monogrammed hook, you can find any similar shaped hook and monogram it yourself, using paints and your favorite font.
For this project, I am partnering with Plaid Crafts who have supplied the paints, brushes and anchor for this easy to do project.
Using a sanding sponge or sand paper in fine grit, sand the entire surface of the wood piece (this hook was pretty smooth and only needed a little sanding).
Before painting the surface of the anchor, remove any dust or sanding residue left on the surface of the wood. Paint two coats of the Cascade Chalk Paint and allow the paint to dry between coats.
Take the medium grit sand paper and sand the areas of the hook that you want to look worn. I did all the edges of the anchor that I wanted the wood beneath to show through and some of the surface.