Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Thyme to see a special order sign that I have painted called Amazing Grace

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A customer asked me to do a special order sign
for her to give to her son and his wife as a
wedding gift
The couple are having a
"country hoe down wedding"
she said
so she asked if I could do a rooster theme
I used a Terrye French Design
called
Amazing Grace


you can find Terrye French patterns



the customer asked that I personalize the
sign with the couples names and wedding date


I painted this little sign and added a small wooden heart with a nail,
rusty hardware
and
attached it to the large sign


I decided to add a little
"xtra something"
so I painted another small sign
that says
 Welcome


she is now able to use the interchangeable signs

any way she likes!

Hugs,
Lynn

7 comments:

  1. Wonderful piece and wonderful idea for gift giving.

    Debbie

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  2. Hi Lynn Sweetie...
    I pray today finds you well and in good spirits. My legs and feet (neuropathy) have been giving me a hard time of late. Don't sleep well at night.

    I love, love, love this beautiful special order. Oh sweetie they will absolutely adore this. You have painted the best gift that they will receive. It will move with them forever over the years. What a beautiful share today.

    Have a gorgeous evening sweet friend. You are always in my prayers sweet friend.

    Many, many hugs and so much love, Sherry

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  3. Cute,cute,, what's not to like.. Love your painting..
    Maggey

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  4. So beautiful Lynn!!! Great, great work...
    hugs
    Milvi

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  5. Adorable idea Lynn! Love how this turned out!

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  6. very nice....great idea for the interchangable sign. I'm sure they will adore it. Can't wait to see your Terrye French design.
    ToOdLes
    Kathren
    http://codyskeepsakes.blogspot.com/

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Lynn Barbadora @ Painting Thyme Needfuls

"Life is a great BIG canvas and you should throw all the paint you can on it!"
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