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Yesterday's project

Posted by luvstocraft (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 6, 08 at 21:09

I've been recovering from a summer cold, so I stayed in and painted yesterday so I could be close to the Kleenex box!

Just cut these little signs from some old fence boards. I will either drill holes at the top and put wire/ribbon through to hang them, or attach a wood stake on the back so they can be pushed into the ground.

Thought they would make nice little gifts for friends/family for the holidays. The dark colors should show up good in a snowy yard, huh?

Luvs






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RE: Yesterday's project

Sorry to hear you have a bad cold but your signs are darling and I'm sure your family and friend will enjoy them.


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RE: Yesterday's project

So cute and soooo many! ha We don't want to wish you sick too often, but hey, look at the results. ;)ha As I told you before, I dislike doing multiples so I am always impressed with those who do them. You are right, the dark color will look great with a background of snow. I know your family are going to love them. ~Anj


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