Surfboard Sign

Jaime from That’s My Letter is one of fave knock off girls.  She recreated a surfboard sign for her kid’s room.  You have to check out where she ultimately hung the sign.  I, of course, will be featuring that shortly as well!  I love the hand painted look of the white letters.  It looks oh-so-perfectly [...Read More]

North Pole Sign

Autie from iCandy handmade shared her cutie patootie North Pole sign as a part of I {heart} Nap Time’s Crazy Christmas Crafters series. Autie’s sign actually began as an extra freezer door from her daughter’s play kitchen. Gotta admire that resourcefulness! Decked out in red vinyl candy cane stripes and vinyl lettering, the sign adds [...Read More]

Distressed German Sign

Amy from Sisters of the Wild West fell in love with a cast iron PB sign the moment she saw it in the catalog. She was not deterred by the fact that no one seemed to know what it actually said or that some of the letters were covered by strategically placed wine bottles. (So [...Read More]

Slatted Sayings Wall Art

Tonya at Love of Family & Home included a little DIY artwork when designing her summer mantel. Tonya got her dad in on the project by having him construct a square frame with wooden slats running across the front. Next up was painting. Tonya coated cream colored paint on top of brown, sanded the edges, [...Read More]

‘Noel’ Christmas Word Art

Sarah from Life Sweet Life shared a simple knockoff last Christmas that cost her only $4 to make (compared to the $149 catalog version). Sarah bought wood letters from a craft store, gave them a coat of spray paint, and arranged them to spell NOEL. She used a bit of hot glue to hold them [...Read More]

Verse Fence Post Sign

Amanda from House Revivals created this sign from fence posts inscribed with the words from Philippians 4:8. Amanda felt that this verse embodied “beauty,” which is her “word of the year.” Instead of making a New Year’s resolution each year, Amanda chooses a word to focus on and apply to the various aspects of her [...Read More]

Rustic “Eat” Sign

Amanda from Crafts By Amanda created this distressed eat sign from some old found barnwood.  I love the fork and spoon embellishment against the rustic painted wood finish.  I love the look of the grainy wood peeking through the paint. Her original inspiration came from Pier 1 Imports Home Wall Hooks. Go visit Crafts By [...Read More]