Friday, April 6, 2012

Word to the Wise

I used some of my scarp pieces to make this wise words sign.
 I used a thin piece of wood on the back to attach the signs to.
 Quick and easy and a great use for leftovers.
Find more ideas at Funky Junk Interiors!

30 comments:

  1. So adorable...I love it! Especially love the asymmetrical way it is assembled...you can just keep adding and adding...
    Blessings,Lorraine

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  2. Love it! I wish I had more wall space for all the great projects I want to make!

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  3. Fantastic, as always Becky!

    Blessings,
    Angie @ Knick of Time

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  4. Outrageous...so perfect! Love it all! Happy Easter!

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  5. love the signs and your paint technique turns out so cool!

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  6. That is so fabulous! I love, love, love the signs and how you put them together and the colours and, oh, EVERYTHING!!

    Great job!

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  7. Oooo, I love the look. Nice job, Becky. Great mix of colors. Have a great Easter.

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  8. This is gorgeous Becky!! Love the patina of the wood and how you positioned the pieces. Very nice!

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  9. Love!! Did you paint that aqua piece? If so, I would love to know the color!! :)

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  10. Another great idea for my fence boards projects . . . thanks for sharing with us!

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  11. I LOVE THIS! I have so many wood scraps, what a great idea! Great job!

    Barbara @ Chase the Star

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  12. I have just seen several blogs with the fun word sign... I guess I need to put one of these signs on my "to do for summer list".

    Love the cabinet...I am a primary color girl, but I sure love your grey.

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  13. Your wooden wall art is gorgeous - you've done a lovely job! I have this linked to my wooden signs post too today, for inspiration!

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  14. How did you paint the words? Free hand? Stencils? They are Awesome!

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  15. I too would really like to know how you paint the letters, stencils? freehand?

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  16. Me three would like to know how you painted the letters. I love you pallet pieces and wish I were a creative as you.

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  17. I'd love to hear how you painted the letters as well. Love all your work. Found your site today. It's awesome! I have tons of pallets and I keep getting hung up on things being straight and flush. Now I have so many ideas to get going that I'm sure I'll never want to go back to making things "square"

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    1. Would you mind sharing how you did the letters?

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  18. First I'd like to applaud your talent and your blog. So glad I found you.
    Looks like a few people had beat me to asking how you did the lettering on your signs. Love how each one is different. Did you use a silhouette? If so I'll be having to figure out a different way as I don't have one and chances of getting one are zero. I've tried using stencils with different fonts but spacing is a problem for me, have had to scrap several signs due to lousy spacing.
    Besides loving to make things our budget suggested making things with pallets would be good to supplement with, keeping 2 seniors busy is even better.
    Is there a reason we couldn't hand print or write them? I've thought of printing them out on computer, cut them out then trace on boards. If you can reply please do so at: FurryKidzPaperworx@gmail.com Thx Happy Days

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  19. Please tell me how you did your letters. I am new to this crafty stuff. :-) jhearn@access.k12.wv.us

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  20. How did you paint the boards and do the letters? Amberdjarvis@gmail.com
    Thanks!!

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  21. Can you share how you got your letters like that? Wonderful work. What type of paint as well.

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  22. Can you share how you got your letters like that? Wonderful work. What type of paint as well.

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  23. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog!! I also LOVE LOVE LOVE these wood signs!!! But where is the tutorial?????? I would LOOOOOVE to know HOW you did them. PLEEEEASE SHARE!!!!
    Thanks!!!!

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  24. Omg...she will never tell how she made the letters :(

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Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, I really appreciate your kind words!