Easy Craft Show Signs
Because the booth as a lot of wall space to fill, I decided to make some more craft show signs. When I was in Nashville last year, I picked up several (10?) of these drawer fronts. They were new, so no holes to fill!
Have I told you lately how much I love my kitchen island? It makes crafting so much easier!
Painting Craft Show Signs
Know what else I love? Purdy paint brushes! If you have never owned a Purdy, you are really missing out! I suppose I got busy painting and forgot to take pictures along the way. oops!
Home Sweet Home
Sign In Craft Booth
Three pictures of this sign, and the color is different on every one of them. I believe the picture of it hanging on my fence is the most true representation. I checked my design in the Silhouette program and I couldn’t figure out which fonts I used on this sign.
Mom’s Bar & Grill Craft Show Sign
More Signs in the Booth
God Bless Our Home Sign
For this craft show sign I used the font “French Script”. I did this sign in the same style as the sign I put in my bedroom, Life Is Not Measured.
Here is the God Bless Our Home sign in the booth.
Do you see that large chalkboard tray? I sold it on Wednesday! My first sale. I was there when a young lady bought it. She asked me if I was going to be bringing in new items on a regular basis. She doesn’t KNOW me, eh? I was able to move things around and fill the empty space. I took a few more repurposed items in today. That is a great perk of the store being located so close to me.
If you make signs, or LOVE signs the way I do, would you please leave a comment below with what you think are some of the most popular sayings?