A Simply Joyful Sign

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JOY is one of my favorite words...
and this easy and inexpensive sign is 
Simply Joyful!

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I used an inexpensive piece of leftover pine and
printed out the word JOY using the St. Nicholas font.

I gave the board a white wash using white chalk paint.
When the paint dried I used sandpaper to distress the edges.

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Using a very well loved piece of carbon paper,
I transferred the word to my board then painted in the 
word JOY with a Sharpie water based paint pen.

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I drilled a hole in each top corner and inserted a piece of wire.

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The finished signs are easy, inexpensive, and
fill me with JOY!



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7 comments

  1. So simple, and beautiful. If I had a piece of wood I would definitely give this a try. BOB(B)s

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  2. It's beautiful Susan! And simple enough that I could even try it :) Thanks for the idea!

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  3. Hi Susan! What a lovely sign! I love the font! Thanks for sharing! Enjoy the holidays! Blessings from Bama!

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  4. oh... this is perfect! I've never thought of doing a transfer and then painting. I love it!

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  5. So pretty! I love simple signs with one word sentiments!

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  6. So cute! We have a lot of "joy" in our house too. And some "peace" thanks to your sign!

    Jeanine

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  7. Love your simple JOY signs Susan! I haven't done a single Christmas craft this year.... I should get busy.

    gail

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