Slowly but surely I’m filling up my etsy shop.
Last night I added a 4″ x 4″ sign proclaiming “Joy.” You can check it out here.
Don’t worry. More things are coming. I just want everything to be perfect. Or as close to perfect as I can get them!
What will be next? Hmm…I’m not sure…
Thanks for looking! Ta ta!
© Susie Kline Designs “S is for Summer”
I’m so excited about making signs. Here’s my latest: my first attempt at block signs. This is just the front. I still have to think of something to put on the back.
What do you think?
I have been using my Cameo Silhouette to make signs. How does that work? I design cut files, then use them as stencils to create the text and the artwork on wood signs.
The love affair with wood is getting so serious I just ordered a nailer to use with my air compressor. Some of my pieces need frames. Frames need nails. Nails need to be driven into the wood at warp speed by air!
Now I need some saws. I’m working my palm sander to death. Using my dremel sporadically. (Do you pronounce that dremel all in one word or dre-mel, punching the “mel”? I saw a youtube video and the guy was punching the “mel” and now I’m baffled…)
This is just a small sample of what I’m doing. I’m designing all my own cut files. Not purchasing and using someone else’s. I’m afraid of the copyright police. And let’s not even talk about the trademark police! Yikes!
I want to put these up soon on my Etsy site. Which one is your favorite?