Monday, January 16, 2012

One more banner...

One more Valentine's Day banner!  This burlap banner has sweet red and white fabric hearts appliqued onto the pennants.  Love is in the air!  :)

Burlap and Fabric banner

Burlap Valentine's Day pillow

This pillow is adorable!  This is a rustic yet funky way to add a little fun to your home in celebration of Valentine's Day.  Natural burlap covers a 12 x 16 pillow with a red and white polka dot heart stitched onto the center.  Use the pillow just during Valentine's Day or all year long as a decorative touch on a master bed or in a child's room. 

Burlap Heart Pillow
Ready to Ship or Deliver!

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Valentine's Day Banners

Last year I made these for Valentine's Day.  I just love Valentine's Day!  This year I made a few more banners to celebrate.  Please message me if you are interested in any of these. :)

Felt and fabric "be mine" banner strung on polka dot rick rack. $18 

Small banner perfect for a small space. Hang it over your kitchen window or in your playroom! So cute. Felt and fabric banner strung on polka dot rick rack. $15

Painted burlap heart banner. This is my favorite! The painted burlap gives a vintage feel. The hearts are done in red glitter and the banner is strung on jute twine. Adorable! $24

Painted burlap heart and LOVE banner. The painted burlap gives a vintage feel. The hearts are done in red glitter and the banner is strung on jute twine. Adorable! $24

Painted pink burlap with red glitter XOXO. Banner is strung on jute twine. $22

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

More Artwork Hangers!

Need someplace to hang your child's artwork and want to keep your refrigerator free of clutter?  Look no further! :)  My artwork hangers can be customized with any name or saying and to fit your colors and theme.  They are a fun way to make your child feel that their artwork is special and beautiful.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Painted Wooden Signs

The possibilities are endless!  It has been so much fun creating so many different painted signs for so many different occasions and tastes.  What can I make for you?

Click on any of the photos below for a detailed view.  Enjoy!

This sign was made as a birthday gift for a landscaper.  His wife and kids gave him this sign to hang on their back porch.  The flower was made using his oldest daughter and son's handprints, and the leaves on the vine are made of his youngest daughter's footprints. 

This is one of my favorites!

 My first business sign!

 Show the way to your next Easter egg hunt with this adorable yard stake sign!

This was made to hang on a fence outside of a family lake house.  They wanted something simple and distressed. 

This is a recreation of a family farm brand.  The RF has the names of the family members written in the stem of the R.  This is a great idea for anyone with a family brand or symbol.

I really like the way this one turned out!  I had never painted camo before, and I think the combination of the camo and the red is cute and boyish at the same time.  Baby Sleeping signs are such a great idea!  I always hung mine outside my front door to keep people from ringing the doorbell during those few precious moments of quiet.

This sign was purchased to be given as a wedding gift.  What a great idea!  The love birds on the top of the tree make it romantic and appropriate as a wedding gift, but it could be used year round as a front door decoration as well.

   A name plaque makes a great teacher gift!

                                        Fourth of July sign for a family with the last name 'Fore'

  This sign was made to hang over a baby's crib.  The baby has a western themed nursery, so I used that as my inspiration.  The cow print letters are separate pieces attached to the back piece of wood, which gives such a neat 3D effect.  I think this name sign will definitely grow with him and can be used in his room for years to come. 

 Garden sign made with little hand and finger prints

 This was made for a preschool teacher who is retiring.  The saying is part of the preschool's prayer and the birds in the tree represent the different classrooms.  Such a sweet sign!

The is a sign for a first grade teacher's classroom.  The teacher has a farm theme, so I recreated a few of the farm animals she has on her class website.

I was asked to recreate the old sign above using an eleven instead of a five.  The new sign is a complete reproduction.  A new piece of wood was custom cut, the colors were matched and the old lettering was handpainted.  I think the end result is remarkably close to the original!

I had a request for a sign made with the saying above (can you tell she is a mother of teenagers?) :)  She wanted to hang it in her kitchen, which has a 'beachy' theme.  I think the sign above fits in with a beach-themed kitchen perfectly!