This one came from Vintage Christine! She has a pin with these words on it. She wears the pin when she is on a shopping mission at the flea market! It would be terrible if another junker snarfed the perfect stick pin from under her nose while she was exchanging pleasantries with a stranger! The sign is painted on a piece of old wood. I wish I could remember where I got it from and could find some more!
Okay, blogger is at it again! It's tampering with my photographs! So, turn your computer on its side so you can properly see this sign!
This sign was painted on a silver tray. I love the shape. And, so Ginger never has to bust out the silver polish, I painted the surface black. I just realized all of the signs have pink lettering. I do own other colors of paint, but pink is one of my favorites!
Anything that sits still in my basement for too long eventually gets a coat of paint on it. Here are some examples of some of the other stuff...
"Meh" is one of Rick's favorite words. I think it is short-hand for "I don't want to do what you're asking me to do, so go away and leave me alone!" If he wore ties or necklaces, he could hang them over the bar on this sign.
Stupid Blogger, again! Anyway, this old jewelry box had a faded photo decoupaged on top of it. I painted over it, added stars and vintage earrings and brooches. It might be headed to my niece's house for her 15th birthday. I don't think she reads my blog, so she should be surprised!
I turned this junk box into a cell storage box. All of the plugs and cords should fit inside.
With a hole drilled in the back, only one cord protrudes to the socket. Everything else is tucked nicely inside and out of sight! The one we use to store and charge all of our cell phones used to be a bread box.
My friend, Lisa, gave me her metal signs that she used when she was a real estate agent. Since there are holes in the top to hang the sign from, I can paint a different sign on each side. I love having something snarky to use year round and a special snark on the flip side for Christmas!
This flip sign was inspired by Janna's blog, Artsy Fartsy Junk Finds. She has a booth at The Sleepy Poet in Charlotte by the same name! If you like chippy paint, you'll love her goodies!
It must be time to finish up this post because blogger is about to make me cuss!! Instead of tea time, I'm going for a Diet Coke!