Wood Sign Class #2

Remember not to long ago Kelli and I went to a wood sign painting class?  If you missed it, here’s a link.   On of my childcare moms was hosting one so we decided to go again.  This time we got Kalissa to go with us.

Here’s Kalissa working on her sign.  Kalissa is a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to crafting…so much so that sometimes she doesn’t enjoy it as much as she could.  She’ll admit that herself so I’m not telling any family secrets there.  I sometimes think that the perfectionist in her is what prevents her from quilting or trying other hobbies.  I’m sure some of you are that way too…I’m that way about hanging things on the wall of my house!!!


I was super happy that she gave this a try.

Here’s Kelli working on her project.


This event took place in St. Lucas.  The family who bought this building made this awesome room.  It is perfect for gathering.  We had so much fun that we talked to her and suggested that other events like this get put together and held here.  It was so nice to get out for the night!!


Here we are with our finished signs….I chose another personalized sign.  I love personalized things.  I figured I can buy an un-personalized sign anywhere.  Why not personalize it and make it mine?


You might notice Kalissa’s sign that says, “Not all who wander are lost”.  Well the fun thing about these classes is that you can make the signs to suit you.  Look in the photo below.  Someone else did the same sign but did it completely different…creamy background, blue letters with white accents.


These were done by girls who aren’t afraid of color like I am!!


This was really fun.  I enjoyed getting around and seeing the projects that others were working on.  Let’s face it, I enjoyed just getting out and having a girls night.  Working from home is great but sometimes I need to get out and do something!!

This was fun…where I’m going to put my sign, I’m still not sure…maybe the living room…maybe the garage as people come in.  Time will tell.

I truly would be happy if more classes for anything crafty were offered in our area.  Getting out and doing something different was a real treat!!

4 thoughts on “Wood Sign Class #2”

  1. Susan the Farm Quilter

    I am totally shocked to hear that you are afraid of color! However did you get into quilting if you are afraid of color? I don’t notice a lack of color in your quilts AND you make Bonnie Hunter quilts filled with color!! Love your signs, especially Kalissa’s – it speaks to me!

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