Monday, January 12, 2015

Signs On Our House

As I've said previously, almost all of my workshop is in storage.  This includes items to sell as well as tools.  Thankfully I kept back a few pre-made sign boards, just in case I might need them.



One of the blank boards was made with the pallet wood pieces horizontally glued together, similar to the one I made last year and seen here:





 and the other was one I made a bit larger and glued the boards vertically.

I painted the larger one green, since there is green trim at my new home.  I then found a nice font and using carbon paper to transfer to the wood, I painted our last name and the number of our house. This sign is now on the front of our house:


I did not distress that one but I did distress the smaller one, that is on the back of our house.  It is painted turquoise, then distressed and then stained on top of the paint:


Sharing at:
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9 comments:

  1. Julie, those signs are great! I'm glad you are finally in your new house and starting to think about the outside. I haven't gotten to much of the outside of mine yet...but this spring I will. I pinned your sign because I hope to make one for our new patio.

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  2. They are lovely! The distressed turquoise would be awesome for our basement (once I start working on the makeover again.)

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  3. Love both of your customized name signs Julie! Great that you're taking time to be creative!

    gail

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  4. Love your signs and really like the shape. Was it hard to get the shape using the pallet boards? I really like the turquoise color so much. I wanted to stop by and say thanks for stopping by and liking my Currier and Ives inspired hutch. I also love blue and white as you can see! Have a great night!

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    1. I always glue my boards together, no screws or anything. Then you cut out with a jigsaw from the back, since that gives a cleaner cut on the front. I've cut all different shapes, horses, hearts, etc.

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  5. Love your signs,Julie, the shape and the colors are great!

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  6. I always love all your signs, Julie, and these are really beautiful!

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  7. Love your new house signs Julie. Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday.

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  8. Wow! I'm loving this sign. The shape is awesome - totally unique and eye catching. I'm glad you held some stuff back but can't wait for you to get your workshop up and running again.
    David

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I appreciate all your comments, they keep me blogging! I like to personally reply to each comment I receive but many of you are "no-reply commenters" which means your email address is not connected to your comment. If that is the case I cannot directly reply, sorry.