Tongue and Groove Signs
I mentioned on Wednesday that I spent my Saturday painting signs…and I promised that I’d show you some more.
These two are made out of tongue and groove pine boards (reclaimed wood). I first glued them together with carpenter’s glue and let them sit overnight. Then I stained them with Dark Walnut stain and attached straps on the back like I did with these.
This one I base coated in Light Buttermilk and shaded the edges with a dark brown (the specific name escapes me…). The writing is in black.
Fonts used are Lowvetica and Scriptina.
The other one was based on an idea I’d seen in a teenaged-girl’s bathroom. I loved the saying, especially adapted for young girls…
The font is Tondelle.
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HELLO I THINK YOUR SIGNS AS SO CUTE I WOULD CHOOSE THE ONE WITH THE BIRD ON IT VERY CUTE XOXO SHERRI
These are awesome! I just love the things you make 🙂
I love these! The one with the bird is perfect. For some odd reason I am drawn to those cute little creatures, and when sweet scripture is thrown in it just warms you from the inside out 🙂
Hi! I just found your blog through I Can't Stop Crafting! It looks like a wonderful and inspiring blog! These signs are darling!
Rita…I LOVE LOVE LOVE these signs 🙂 So sad that I can't hop over to your craft fair! I really should get back into the crafty groove!
Do you sell these?
Hi, I found this on Pinterest and of course came here to check it out. I love your sign! It inspired me to go find some tongue and groove board at Home Depot. I just finished making one for myself, it’s the perfect thing for my entryway. I posted about it on my blog, and included the link back here to give you credit. I didn’t change much about the design at all- I loved everything you did with yours. Good luck with your adventure of officially selling them, you are very talented and will go far I’m sure! 🙂 http://craftykat-mycraftyplayground.blogspot.com/2012/03/he-will-cover-you-with-his-feathers.html