Tuesday, February 1, 2011

"F" is for Factory

A sign making factory.


I've been making signs lately.


It's much more efficient to make multiples of projects while you have all the supplies at the ready.

And since efficiency comes with my maiden name I was born to think this way.
These three large signs are going to the Spring Auction at the kid's school.



And these are posted in my Etsy shop.


Honestly I love making things and these signs were a good time.






For your kitchen:
(These are made from pallet wood.)





Even if you don't bake this would still look great in your kitchen:




As a collection:




The backs have sawtooth hangers, the larger signs have two:


Simple artwork that was definitely fun to make.
(For more signs with the tutorial click here to a previous post.)



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28 comments:

  1. WOW! Those are great! So many of them...you will have fun auctioning them off at school! You did keep some for yourself, right!

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  2. Those look great! I want to make one for the kitchen one day. How did you make the wood look aged?

    -Rene

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  3. these look great! love visiting your blog to see the new things you have been working on! xoxo's Nancy

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  4. They looks so awesome! My hubby has a landscape company so I'm gonna have plenty of access to pallet wood in another month or so. Thanks for the idea & inspiration!
    ~Mary

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  5. I absolutely love these signs!! especially the ones that can be used in the Kitchen like "fresh eggs and Dairy" These would look so fantastic in a Country Kitchen!! great Job!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  6. I wish I could get one now! I'd love to find out where you got your wood/how you made it weathered!

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  7. Love your signs! I've wanted to make some for my kitchen. How did you do the lettering?
    http://www.inspired2cook.com/

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  8. love these! I want to do signs too but I found myself in a "writers block" as to what to put on them.....I hope that you will link these up to my Show and Share linky party, going on all week. http://craftygeordi.blogspot.com/2011/01/hi-everyone-i-had-busy-day-yesterday.html

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  9. I love the signs! I need some of those!

    I am a new follower... please come visit me and be sure to grab my Sweet Saturdays Link Party button!
    http://justcraftytoday.blogspot.com/

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  10. I love these signs too!!! Do you think you could do a tutorial on how you made them someday? I'd love to make them too!!!

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  11. Very cute! I just found your blog and enjoyed looking around. You have many cute ideas. I would love it if you would come check mine out :) Have a wonderful day!

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  12. Your signs are fabulous - so cute!

    I'm a new follower from All Things Inspired and would love for you to drop by my coastal lifestyle blog.
    http://SallyLeeByTheSea.

    Thanks!

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  13. I LOVE these signs! You are so smart to make a lot at one time. I usually try a new craft and only get one made and it is a lot of work to get all the supplies ready if you want to make more!

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  14. these are LOVELY - I love the classic simplity and yet they have so much detail! well done!

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  15. saw these on the csi project - LOVE!!! i wish i could go to that auction :)

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  16. They look great...love the ones on pallet board! Laurel@chippingwithcharm

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  17. These are great! My hubby has access to as many pallets as I could possibly want, rescued from the burn pile at work. Now I need to get him to bring some home...

    So glad I discovered your blog! (via CSI Project)

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  18. OH MY GOODNESS!! Loving these!! I love old wood signs. You might have just inspired me to do some painting this weekend!!

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  19. Hi, lovely signs! I can't believe you have this many.

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  20. Wow these are fabulous! Each one is such a beuty!!!
    Thanks for linking!
    XO
    Kristin

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  21. I'm going to try my hand at some signs soon! Now to figure out where to get some good wood pieces!!

    These are great! Most of my stuff is beachy but signs like these make me want more of a farmhouse look! Love them!

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  22. Visiting via the Weekend Wrap Up, I had to drop by and tell you how beautiful your signs are. The simplicity of them makes them so special.

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  23. OH I love these! I want to make one for my kitchen. Nice work:)

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  24. Fantastic!! I have never had much luck with stencils but these turned out perfect, I eespecially the fresh eggs one

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  25. How nice! I always love signs. I bet the ones in the auction will do well, and I know your friends getting the gifts will love them, not only because they are pretty but because they were made by you.

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  26. do you sell the signs? thanks tammy

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  27. adore these signs!! I could take them all. I don't even CARE if people would say it's overkill. I LOVE THEM!

    I'm your 99th follower!! SOOO CLOSE to 100!! Congrats :)

    I'm popping by from Shanty 2 Chic. Love those girl, and happy to be following you now as well!

    Sarah
    www.thebirdspapaya.blogspot.com

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