Deck the Halls with Handmade Christmas Signs!

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I’ve been a busy little bee the last week.  I only have a few days until my mom arrives.  My oldest and middle sons will arrive with their wives and dogs a few days after that.  That means we’ll have six indoor dogs at our house on Christmas day!  I’ll be so happy to see Pico again.  I’ve missed him so much. My youngest son’s cat is going to go crazy.  He generally gets along with dogs, but he is seriously going to be outnumbered.  Christmas Eve is my daughter’s birthday and we’ll all be going out to eat, so I will drop the cat off at her house so he can play with Mary Jane, Jack, and Sawyer who he loves hanging out with.  Her friend moved in to her house with her and she has a cat as well, so it will be a cat party at her house and a dog party at mine!  For the last few months, I’ve been working on Christmas gifts as well as Christmas decor and signs.  I can finally put out the Home for the Holidays placemats and sign I made.  I won’t put out the buffalo check JOY bandana napkins until Christmas day though.  I’ll show you some signs that I’ve never shown before.  Brace yourself.  This is a long post!  *Some links included are to my Chalk Couture shop.  Every product that I’m showing is available right now, but many others have sold out.  So grab them before they are gone!  First up is a Joy to the World sign on a wood board.  The words are part of the Christmas Cheer transfer set. Next is a small Noel sign.  It was made with the Noel transfer on a Board & Base that can be used vertically and horizontally and is reusable. The next sign is my beloved truck on painted scrap wood made with the Vintage Truck and Winter Add-On. Red Vintage Chrirstmas Tree Farm Truck and Noel Chalkboard Signs by Knick of Time | knickoftime.net The next two signs were both made on stained scrap wood.  On the left is the Established Wreath paired with the word “Welcome” from the Eucalyptus Wreath transfer set.  On the right, I used a deer head stencil and I glued on a red pom pom nose to turn it Rudolph.  I added “believe” underneath from the Peace Joy Believe transfer set.  It’s the same set used on the buffalo check napkins, the Wood Christmas Gift Tags, and the Barnwood Chalkboard Christmas Sign.  I’ve gotten a ton of use from a $10 transfer set! Wood Welcome Wreath and Rudolph Handmade Christmas Signs by Knick of Time | knickoftime.net For the next sign, I painted the inside of a box frame red and added “JOY” from the same set as above with the wreath from the Home & Wreath set.  The Box Frame is just like the one I used for the Have Courage Inspirational Double-Sided Sign that will be a gift for one of my daughter-in- laws. Red Box Wood Frame Joy Wreath Christmas Sign by Knick of Time| knickoftime.net The next sign is another stained scrap wood sign.  I used the same Christmas Cheer set as the Joy to the World sign above.  The “have yourself a merry little Christmas is the main part of this set.  I had previously done the same sign on a black background but sold it in my Etsy shop, so this one is for me. Wood Merry Little Christmas Handmade Sign by Knick of Time | knickoftime.net The next two signs are my favorites!  Again the Vintage Truck with Christmas tree in the truck bed on a Magnetic Chalkboard.  I kept it simple in all white except the tree.  The sign can be removed after Christmas, but I’m not sure that I want to.  I love it so much!  Speaking of Christmas trees, to the left of the sign is our live tree!  I’ve wanted a live tree forever so it can be planted after Christmas.   It’s a beautiful type of fir.  We’re keeping it outside so the heat won’t shock it.  My husband just brought it in for this photo.  He dug the hole to plant it right away after Christmas.  We won’t decorate it until my whole family is here.  Vintage Truck Christmas Sign made with Chalk Couture winter add-on by Knick of Time | knickoftime This last sign was fun to make on a large wood cutting board.  I just love it!  I used the Mrs. Claus’ Candy Shop transfer with a gingerbread house ornament attached.  I had used other parts of this set to make the Christmas Cookie Upcycled Memo Board. Mrs Claus Bakery and Candy Shop on large wood cutting board made with Chalk Couture transfer by Knick of Time | knickoftime.net I hope you enjoyed my handmade Christmas signs and are inspired to make a few of your own.  They make great gifts too!

Vaya con Dios,

Angie

Decking the Halls with Homemade Christmas Signs is much more fun than buying from a store and at a fraction of the cost. They make thoughtful gifts too! Here are 8 handmade signs to inspire your creativity by Knick of Time | knickoftime.net

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Comments

  1. You have created some beautiful signs, Angie! I really love how the bakery sign looks with the pitcher of candy canes! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  2. Marlene Stephenson says

    You do have some very good signs i pinned them so i could use them later, no time now, thanks. Merry Christmas and have a great time with your family.

  3. Love the Bakery sign Best! Merry Christmas

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