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My Favorite Hand Lettering Tools
A Harvest Sign & How to Paint Lettering
DIY Wooden Letter Guest Book
Bless The Food Before Us Pallet Sign Name Sign Personalized Name Sign Dining…
Flip Flop Welcome sign. Directions: I bought 4 sets of sm flip flops from the dollar store. Glued them together with a hot glue gun. I also used some small plastic tubing I had hanging around to "anchor" it. You could use a small piece of would as well. I had wooden letters so I painted them white, you could simply write welcome on the flip flops or use card board paper. Glued the letters to the bottom. I then glued, again, glue gun, to the second flip flop in on each side for the ribbon t...
How to Use Sign Language to Teach Kids the Alphabet
How to Use Sign Language to Teach Kids the Alphabet - This is a fun alphabet activity! Combine ASL with your child's favorite ABC song to help teach them the letters of the alphabet. This frugal educational game only requires your hands and voice. Includes video teaching how to make letters in sign language.
But First Coffee / Wood Sign / Mug Holder / Kitchen Decor
Handdrawn Catchwords Set (PNG, EPS)
Handdrawn Catchwords Set (PNG, EPS): Handdrawn Catchwords Set include over 130 elements - mainly different catchwords and some ampersands. All elements were hand-sketched with ink pens and calligraphy brushes. I wanted to preserve texture in order for elements to look more natural, so they are pretty rough & sometimes messy, but they look great when used in all sorts of design.