Tuesday, August 17, 2010

I am posting about my sign again for
Before and After

This is the after...

I just posted about this transformation for her
garage sale party because I got the sign
at a garage sale
But the real fun of this sign is how it was re-done
so just scroll on down to the next post
You will see the details....very big
This is what I bought for 3 bucks

I just wanted to get in on her parties
they are so much fun
with such nice folks who are so
complimentary and

Sorry for being lazy here but we have been on
at our little farm house in
doing yard work and hosting a
family reunion
we just got home after a
10 hour drive
enough whining.....did I mention
it is 100 degrees here in


  1. Still lovin that sign. I didn't know your other home was in Seattle. We visited Seattle a few years ago in the summer and it was unusally hot. It was 93 and all the locals were staying in. I am amazed at how many bloggers have two homes. Not me.

  2. This has been the hottest summer. I didn't realize Seattle got that hot. Love the sign. La

  3. Your sign is fantastic!! Love how you put all the parts together & it turned out perfect! Your view is quite stunning too : )

  4. AWESOME KAthy...so glad you joined in...I adore this sign...in fact I want one!

  5. Cool sign!!
    Hope you blog about your family reunion. I'm always in charge of my husband's family reunions and sure need some fresh ideas.
    Have a great day.
    Ladybug Creek

  6. In case I didn't mention this before, I liked you when you had the farm posted, but now I love you with the rooster sign!! This would look great in my dining room!!

  7. "Light Bulb going off in head" That is what you can do in the middle of the drive way! Put a smaller sign with name or address there somehow. I think it would look cool! Speaking about GH house. I like the rot iron scrolly look!
    See ya in a couple of days sis!

  8. What a great sign-
    Was your family reunion 10 hours away?
    I'm confused?

    White Spray Paint

  9. I really like your sign -- it's the perfect welcome to your farmhouse :-)


    P.S. Actually, Nova Scotia was pretty warm both times we were there :-)