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On our way home from my Grandma's house, we spotted some old shelving in someone's trash in need of a home, and my mom couldn't resist. Even though the people inside the house were peeking out the widows the whole time. We cut the wood up and made chalkboards, so they were basically free, except for the paint.
I really liked this saying!
This is one of my mom's favorite Psalms (139).
Any one have any tips on selling at craft shows? This is my first one and any advice would be greatly appreciated! Just no weird ones please.
I did all the small pallet signs free-hand, because I am too lazy to make some stencils.
I saw a dandelion vinyl decal somewhere on Google images and I turned it into an idea for a pallet sign. I did the drawing first in sharpie and then painted over it. If you want to see other pallet art check out these posts here and here in actual rooms.
Another one of our to do list chalkboards.
This is my favorite pallet sign so far. We got the idea from La Famille. I also found another copycat sign at The Winthrop Chronicles. I hope these signs are an inspiration! If you would like to see a tutorial on how I made a sign check it out here.