Purging my over abundance of stuff has me looking at things with a critical eye. While moving one son asked me what I was going to do with some of the weathered boards that were split and broken. Well, to most people these scraps probably should have never been saved, but the rustic, natural, oldness (is that a word?) appeals to me.
I created stencils with my Cricut…
…sized and cut boards for each stencil…
…stenciled the signs…
…and attached rusty wire hangers.
They didn’t seem quite done, so I raided my oldest son’s tackle box for bobbers to put on the fishing signs.
When we moved, two large baskets of toy cars surfaced. Since my kids are grown, I figured I was safe to pilfer a few for the mudding sign.
Lastly, I dug out some metal stars and bottle caps for the garden signs.
Scrappy Manly Tags
As usual, I couldn’t stop at just a few of these tags once I got my groove on.
With father’s Day and graduations coming up, not to mention birthdays, other celebrations and thinking-of-you moments, I stitched up a batch for my Etsy Store-Restyled Junk.
I was also out of Scrappy Fabric Tags.
Since Mother’s Day is approaching even quicker than Father’s Day, I couldn’t forget the mommas.
Of course, the ladies also have birthdays, graduations and thinking-of-you moments…well, you get the picture.
More Scrappy Fabric Tags.
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