Wednesday, October 28, 2009

White Wednesday - White signs

I LOVE old, vintage, peely, chipped, worn, wood signs.
They add such character to a room!
I don't have many myself, so I borrowed these to show you
I have handpainted quite a few signs, on old worn wood to
replicate the old signs
I sold almost all of them, when I had my shop
I have a collection of old wood, just waiting for me to start
painting again!
This is my first time joining in on "Faded Charm"  White Wednesday
Please stop by her blog and say Hi

Happy Wednesday


  1. Love the pics of the old of my favorite things to collect! Come to think of it, I haven't posted on my signs...good idea for future post!

  2. So wonderful Cheryl! There was an old sign at the Coutnry Living Fair that I almsot bought, it read "Enter as strangers, leave as friends."

    Lovely post!

    :) T

  3. I love signs also. Very fun to decorate with. I've added you to my list of participants and look forward to seeing more great white stuff.

    Take care,


  4. Cheryl ...
    Welcome to White Wednesday!
    I LOVE your signs ... great pics you chose to share ... and super inspiration for you to start painting again. Wish I had the talent, but that would be a whole 'nother set of projects waiting for me to finish, lol! Super ADORE the white dry sink! Mmmmm ...
    Thanks for joining in the fun this week and hope to see more of your blog!
    Betty :)

  5. Oh, I also would like such old signs!
    Warm reagards from a small village close to Vienna / Austria, Traude (joining WW the 2nd time)

  6. Loving those signs especially those early ones in the kitchen. Beautiful! It's always nice to visit your blog. I do hope you start making some signs soon :) ♥

  7. Thanks soooo much for sharing these great pics...old vintage signs are soooo them! Did you have a gift shop or antique shop?
    Love your I will be a new follower.
    Hope you have a great weekend and Happy Halloween!


  8. Hi, it's me Rita again,
    Had forgotten to leave a message on your WW post. lovely signs. I'm not a big fan of signs but yours are truly unique.
    BTW, I'm from Terni, which a a city in Umbria, Italy's "green heart".
    Nice to know you're 1/2 italian.


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