Monday, May 23, 2011

Sign Projects

***My blog has moved! To see updated photos of my sign projects, click here.***

Below are my most recent sign artwork projects. I have a website where I sell my signs. Most of the signs I create are custom orders, and if you are interested in ordering a sign, please send me an email: aimeeweaverdesigns@gmail.com






















 











































































































Personalized Beach Sign

Family Est. Sign

Family Est. Sign


Scripture Door Sign

Driftwood Beach Sign

Driftwood Beach Sign

Wood Bistro Sign


Canvas with "Cheer Up" Bible verse

Canvas "Classy & Fabulous"

Canvas with "Whoever dwells" Bible verse

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood "Faith" sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign

Wood Family Est. Sign


Canvas "O How He Loves Us"

Wood "Home" Sign

Wood "How Great is Our God" Sign

Canvas Psalm Bible Verse Sign

Canvas "Love"

Wood sign with child's name

Wood "Freedom of birds" sign

Wood "Nest" Sign



Wood Sailing Club Sign

Canvas "She Believed"

Canvas "She Believed"

Wood "Welcome" Sign

Wood "Welcome Family & Friends" Sign

Wood "Wecome" Sign with bird

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  1. Those are so beautiful! I am inspired and will visit your shop :)
    -Amy

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  2. love them all!
    you are so creative and i am blessed to be on the receiving end of that creativity!

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  3. Love your signs. But have a question about your banner. The one above the window. Where did you find those fabrics? Do you have a favorite spot for home decor fabrics? Also, are the flags green or yellow? What kind of string do you use?
    thanks.

    danlori@dejazzd.com

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  4. I think my favorite sign is "Cheer Up". Every time I see that on your blog it makes me smile! (That was the point, wasn't it?!) Thanks for the inspiration and encouragement.

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  5. You stuff is so beautiful,but how do you do you writing? I have tried writing on a board with a paint marker and it just doesnt look so pretty. how do you do yours?

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  6. Anonymous - I either use a paint pen or a small paint brush and craft paint. ~Aimee

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  7. Where do you buy your stencils? Or do you do everything free hand?

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  8. I am your newest follower here and on pinterest! I love your work!!
    xoxo, Amy

    Stop by sometime! amy-showalter.blogspot

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  9. I would LOVE to know where you get all of your font ideas! I'd love to make a sign for my husband for our 5th anniversary and am needing text inspiration.

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  10. I am smitten with the Zephaniah gate sign!! Please tell me you have another... I just messaged you on Etsy! :)
    ThankfullyThrifty at gmail dot com

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  11. I LOVE that Zephaniah sign! Do you sell that? I looked on Etsy but didn't see one. I wonder if I could make one?!

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  12. Such beautiful signs! I went to Messiah college and I recognize the names of some of the family signs you made! Such a small world! :)

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  13. rbarley@comcast.netJanuary 10, 2012 at 9:37 PM

    These are wonderful! I too favor the Zephaniah door/gate. Do you have a shop locally? I am also located in Lancaster County, PA!

    Shelly B.

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  14. Those are fabulous. I am in awe of your talent. And that you are using it for the glory of our Lord. I am inspired by you!

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  15. Hi, I stumbled across your blog via Pinterest. I love the Zep 3:17 sign, but wondered if you would share the font you used for it? If so, could you email me at rjstandeford@gmail.com. I really love all of your signs and am looking to do one in the very near future to hang in our home. Thanks in advance.
    Roxanne

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  16. Love all of your signs. Are they for sale?

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  17. I love your signs also, do you sell them?

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  18. I too would be very interested in placing an order. Can we shop/order online?

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    1. Please email me for info on ordering signs! maweaver1@gmail.com ~Aimee

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    2. Hi Aimee...I am interested in getting a sign made...do you recommend calling or taking a trip out to lancaster to meet with you? My e-mail address is ls4boys@comcast.net Thanks! Lisa

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  19. Aimee!! So happy to finally track you down! Been seeing your signs floating around pinterest but no name or link back to you! You do a amazing job and I love your art. I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful creations! Amber

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    1. So glad to have you here, Amber! :)

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  20. Such BEAUTIFUL work! You've truly been blessed with an amazing talent!

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  21. Just discovered your blog and I absolutely LOVE IT! You are so talented and creative!
    -Emily

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  22. LOVE this! Saw them on Pinterest and they're just amazing. Thank you for sharing your work with the world!

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  23. I am blown away by your talent? Do you freehand all of these??? WOW!!!

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  24. I love these signs - if I would like to order one how may I do that? please!!! jillmc@san.rr.com

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  25. Gosh you're talented! I'd like one of each, please. Well, maybe not the family name or baby name, but everything else! And I LOVE that Message version of Psalm 36 on your sidebar. You need to paint that. New visitor, clicked over from Pinterest and now I'm a new follower too!

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  26. WOW! You are so so amazing!!!! (: So you make custom signs? How much do they generally cost?
    I just found you from Pinterest.

    Please e-mail me mrsv820@gmail.com. I would like to order a sign (or many eventually hehe).

    -Monica

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  27. all your work is inspired and amazing. Thank you for using your gifts

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  28. WOW! Perfect! I live in Lancaster too...trying to make a sign for my mom. I have the words, but am having so much trouble finding something to put it on....where do you find all of your upcycled items to make signs out of! Thanks so much for any help! Stacey

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  29. These are absolutely beautiful! I love these signs, you are such an inspiration. God Bless you!

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  30. What is the name of the font in the Good Night Sleep Tight sign? What would be a good coordinating font to use with that? I've been searching for months for the right fonts for my sign. Your work is beautiful.

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  31. I'm inspired! Thank you for your tutorial!

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  32. I absolutely love your work! Beautiful!

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  33. You do AMAZING work!! I'm so thankful to have found your site through Pinterest!

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  34. Hi Aimee, thank you for sharing this with everybody. Lovely signs, gorgeous to look at, and more inspiring because your love for God is so obvious in your art.
    blessings from South Africa
    Hendrina xx

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  35. I feel enriched after reading the sayings on the signs. The rustic look really enhanced the feel. Keep loving God and doing these wonderful signs.
    Randy Arnold
    Whitehouse, Tx

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  36. I feel enriched after reading the sayings on the signs. The rustic look really enhanced the feel. Keep loving God and doing these wonderful signs.
    Randy Arnold
    Whitehouse, Tx

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  37. Hi! I've been a follower for a while now...and before I officially "became a follower" I was checking in on your blog a couple times a week. I absolutely LOVE your blog! I am new to blogland. On one of my firsts blog posts, I directed everyone to your blog! Because I ADORE your signs! I show SO many people your blog. Anywho...enough of letting you know about how addicted I am to your projects (that I missing updates of since you've slowed down over the summer :( ) ...
    So, I wanted to ask, on the "faith hope and love" sign...can you tell me what font that is? I've downloaded a couple other fonts you have suggested but I REALLY like this one!! And thanks for telling us all where to get all of these great fonts! (In your sign tutorial you mentioned it.) Btw, is there another sight where you get more fonts?
    Thanks SO much for your help!! Keep up the good work! It's such great inspiration!
    Kendra @
    http://propheticwings.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks for your comment Kendra! For the "faith hope and love" sign, I believe I used the Aquarelle font, which you can download for free here: http://www.fonts101.com/fonts/view/Script/32546/Aquarelle.aspx

      I find many of my free fonts at www.dafonts.com. Hope this helps!

      Aimee

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  38. Wow your signs are beautiful! what do you use to make them? Do you ever use a cricket?

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    1. I've never tried a cricket. All my signs are handpainted - here is the method I use: http://aimee-weaver.blogspot.com/2011/06/sign-tutorial-how-to-make-wood-sign.html

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  39. I absolutely love all of your signs!! Are you going to open your store on stay again? If so, when...I really want to buy one.

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  40. i absolutely love these! i went to your shop on etsy but there was nothing for sale?? i just love the scripture ones! im going to attempt one myself soon but would like to buy one as well depending on price! thanks!!

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  41. WOW I ABSOLUTELY LOVE EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE! I WOULD LOVE TO BUY 2 0R 3 OF THESE! WHAT IS THE SITE I CAN GO TO, TO PURCHASE THEM?

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    1. My new website will be up and running August 1 and will have lots of signs available for sale. Please check my blog for updates on the website!

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  42. I love your work! Cannot wait till your new website is up and running... I hope you are able to post to Australia!!!

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  43. Wonderful blog! I love your signs :) You are too cute in all your outfits too, very fun and well put together. I went to your etsy shop just now and saw it will be back open in August, so I'll be back then to see all your stuff!

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  44. These signs are beautiful! My heart was touched by reading all the signs with God's words on them. Thank you for that! And I will definitely be visiting your shop. I could picture one of your signs in every room for sure. :)

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  45. LOVED the Lancaster County sign... I now call Texas home but will always be a Lancaster County girl... grew up on Ruby Street...

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  46. oh thank you for creating & posting these ! HIS Truth sets us free !
    This inspires me to get more of the Word of God around our home & in our hearts : )

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  47. Pretty sure this is the most adorable blog ever. These signs are gorgeous!

    http://thebees3.blogspot.com/

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  48. These are beautiful! Definitely inspiring to create more wall arts with wording.

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  49. I love your work and creativity. I'm looking for ideas for homemade gifts and came across your signs. Absolutely wonderful! I'm wondering if you have ideas for old picture frames.

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  50. I love your signs! I am from Cincinnati and love the Cincinnati sign :)

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  51. Beautiful! Can you tell me the font you used for the Good night sleep tight sign?

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    1. I'm so sorry but I'm not sure exactly which font I used for that sign (I made it years ago). For a similar look, you could try Tangerine, Pristina, or Scriptina.

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  52. Aimee, how blessed you are. and thank you for blessing me with your tutorial. i would like to try Psalms 61:2. i love the tail on the r. do you recall the font?
    thank you so much for sharing. I pray you and your family continue finding much Joy in your Journey. colleen

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    1. I believe it's Edwardian Script, and I put the embellishment on the letters myself.

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  53. Truly inspiring!! Beautiful work! I can't wait to try some of these pieces myself!!

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  54. Where or how do you get the fancy brackets around words in your signs?

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    1. There is a bracket button on the keyboard, next to the "P" button, that I use.

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    2. Thanks! That's funny I looked on my keyboard and didn't see that. :) One more question, would you mind sharing what your technique for distressing with black around some of your canvas signs.

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    3. I rub a stamp pad onto the canvas, and that's what gives it the distressed look. Simple and easy! :)

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    4. Thanks so much. I love your blog!

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  55. Absolutely Beautiful Signs! God has truly blessed you with a WONDERFUL talent!!!

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  56. just wondering what fonts you used on your "Classy & Fabulous" coco chanel sign? it's awesome I'd love to make it for my daughter's room

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  57. Your work is gorgeous and inspirational. I look forward to following you. Thank you for sharing.

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  58. Amy, do you happen to have one with the saying: "Love you to the moon and back" ?? I would love to get this if you could do it, as a Christmas gift for my sister this Christmas. Please let me know if this is doable. Thanks so much!!

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    1. I don't have one in stock with that saying, but I could create a custom order for you. If you could email me more info on what you would like (size, colors, etc), that would be great! aimeeweaverdesigns@gmail.com

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  59. I LOVE these signs of yours! I love your mix of fonts and of verses and sayings. They're all just lovely!

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  60. How much for the one that is a barn door and says "Trust in the Lord with all your heart...." ? Thanks!

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    1. Trishi - the price on that sign is $125 + shipping.

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  61. Absolutley beautiful artwork! How insipring!

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  62. Hi Aimee!I just love your work. What is your method for distressing the wood signs, I love the ones with the white paint with wood peeking through. Do you stain it after you paint it? Also what font do you use for the "Lead Me" sign?? Thank you so much Aimee!
    -Rachel

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    1. I usually use sandpaper to distress the edges, then sometimes I'll rub stain onto the raw wood that is showing and sometimes I'll just let it natural. The font for the Lead Me sign is called Feel Script. Hope this helps!

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  63. First of all, thank you so much for this informative tutorial, thank you also to "Anonymous" who was very informative as well. I love your signs, they are so beautiful! I am sorry if this question has been addressed before but I was wondering about the dark edges of some of the signs. Do you use an ink pad for that effect, or do you have another technique that you would be willing to share?

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    1. Connie - yes I do use an ink pad to darken some of the edges of my signs. It works quite well. Let me know if you have any other questions!

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  64. Hi Aimee! I am in l-o-v-e with your signs and beautiful artwork. I am currently about to start the lettering on the first one I'm making. It's a very large project and I am slightly worried about the lettering. How do you get the lettering so perfect and dark? I see you use two coats of paint but do you ever have any problems with the background coming through? Any tips would be greatly appreciated!

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    1. I typically just do one coat of paint, then I'll sand the lettering with a fine sanding block. This keeps the brush marks from showing up so much. I have a lot of practice with lettering signs, so that helps. But let me know if you have any other questions!

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  65. Hello, would you kindly name the fonts you use for your lao tzu sign? I love the script-like font in that sign!

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    1. The fonts are Perpetua Titling MT and Jellyka Delicious Cake.

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  66. FANTASTIC!! I REALLY LIKE THEM! YOU ARE SO GREAT! YOU INSPIRE ME TO DO SOMETHING!

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  67. Love your signs! Do you know what fonts you used on the "bless the food before us, the family beside us, and the love between us" sign? Thanks!

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    1. The fonts are Feel Script and Times New Roman.

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  68. What technique do you use to write on your signs? I have a couple I am wanting to do and haven't found a good technique yet.

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    1. You can see my sign tutorial here: http://aimee-weaver.blogspot.com/2011/06/sign-tutorial-how-to-make-wood-sign.html

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  69. Just wonder how you stain the edges of some of your signs? Do you do it before you put your white paint on, or do you do it afterwards??

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    1. I stain the signs BEFORE I paint them or I just leave them their natural brown color. Then when I paint, I don't paint to the edges, letting some of the stained parts showing. Please let me know if you have any questions!

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    2. Thanks alot!! Just wondering if you ever make signs from pallet wood??

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    3. I haven't used pallets - only barn wood.

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  70. Wow I love them and I would also love to make one of them. The hand writing is beautiful!

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  72. These project are absolutely cool. I am gonna do one myself I just have to find a good board.

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  73. How can I buy one

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    1. You can purchase my signs through my website: www.aimeeweaverdesigns.com

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  74. Hi Aimee -
    I am in LOVE with all your work! I wish I could have one of everything. Do you mind sharing with me what the fonts were to: "The Hess Family" (white with black or brown lettering) and "The Corniea Family" (with biblical verse at the bottom)?
    - Morgann

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  76. Love all the signs!!! I want them all! Just beautiful.

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  78. Hello there! I was wondering if you have a list of the fonts you have used for your beautiful signs? I love them all :) God Bless

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  80. Beautiful! I want to make small- think 4x6 or 5x7- signs with sayings that encourage love, marriage, etc, to be part of the centerpieces at my daughter's wedding next April. I am racking my brain to come up with the right size wood for these. I don't want anything too thick and I would like to make them look weathered. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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  81. Hi! Your signs are absolutely beautiful. Love the messages they give too. I was wondering where you get all your neat hinges. Are they old or do you distress new ones?
    Thanks!

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    1. We use antique hinges that we find in barns around our area!

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  88. what is the font that you use that I see on the "call you mine, I wanna hold your hand forever," the "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine," and the "where you go I will go" signs? I LUUURVE it!!!

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  90. I love your signs and have gotten much inspiration for my own few signs that I've done. If you don't mind sharing, How do you get the distressed look?

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    1. I use sandpaper to get the distressed look on my signs.

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  92. lov your work...do you sell?

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    1. Yes, I do sell my work and you can find it here: www.aimeeweaverdesigns.com

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  93. Amazing & mesmerizing photos & truly nice set of frames. One of the best art blog i ever saw. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  94. Love your work! I can't wait to start painting…so many old pieces of old barn wood, so many beautiful quotes….this could take some time but i can't wait to get started !!! Thank you for the inspiration to get started.

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  95. Amy...love love love your signs!! So inspirational!! Just wondering what script font you used in your "The Lord has done great things for us" door sign?? Putting something together of my own and would like to use it. Thanks!!

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