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Sign Lettering

Hand lettered sign.

Red Hot... Alphabet, letters, words, typefaces... do you know www.kidimo.com too ?

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Vintage Large Letter A - Sign Billboard Letter, Old Signage, Personalized Home Decor, Letter Wall Hanging, Initial Home Decor. $12.00, via Etsy.

Love a chalkboard sign in the kitchen ~ Add your own updates & info as desired

Possible way of using letters or images with thread going around the nails on the wall. It will create cozy and vintage feel.

Hand-painted sign for Old Faithful Shop by Mat from Signmaster Signs (click through to see the whole process)

Storefront Pro by Ale Paul

this would be fun to try... you can buy wooden letters that are plain at the craft store, if everyone purchased their own letters we could get together and share supplies to decorate our letters. We could use paint, contact paper, markers, stickers, we could glue on stuff and much much more!!

Vintage hand-painted grocery sign

R for Rainbolt. Rainbolt born, Rainbolt bred, and when i die, i'll be Rainbolt dead. :)

sweet hand-lettered sign Sign Painting Colection by Caetano Calomino, via Behance

Because we share the same birthday.

Kendrick Kidd » Blog Archive » Right Way Signs – Lettering

Letter R Initial R Vintage Metal Sign by by AVintageObsession, $29.95

TROHV | #Typography can be very impactful. Try using a paint pen yourself or creating vinyl lettering from your local sign shop. #windowdisplay #visualmerchandising

Nice corner wrap wood sign with stencil cut lettering.

@Lauren Davison Davison B & @April Cochran-Smith Cochran-Smith M do any of your witchcrafters do hand lettering like this? I am looking to trade a session and print credit for lettering on our sign!

Vintage heavy porcelain letter R sign in white.

hand-lettering from Sign Painters, a new book by Faythe Levine and Sam Macon

PDX Pop Now! cardboard letters, built by John Bacone

'THE END' -NEON SIGN