Signs For Sale!

                   Nothing like family asking if you would be interested in some 100 yr. old Cypress!

                                                        Why Yes.....and Thank you!

                          The hard part was deciding what to paint on this perfect piece of wood.

                                         Fresh Eggs came to mind for this particular piece.

                                                    Just love the look of old cypress.

                                        Did you know that Cypress is our State Tree?      

                                   You just can't reproduce that wonderful grey patina.

                                 Sign measures 17"x 8"  $27.00 price includes shipping.

**** Fresh Eggs Sold***** Thank's Girl's!

                                    Have you had your eye on one of these Vintage Key's?

                                       Well I just happen to have one painted and ready :)

                                                        The sun was so bright today!

****SOLD**** Thanks Michelle!

I'm looking for a good idea for my next piece of cypress.

Have something in mind?

I would love any fresh ideas!



  1. This Coffee lover would love "Fresh Coffee"

  2. Oh My!! So tempting. You did a great job. By the way, I love the color of your wall behind the vintage keys. Could you share the color?

  3. Sure Holly! It is a SW color called Comfort Grey. I love it!

  4. Ms. Susie do you have any extra wood to make a 'French Bread' sign? I'd love to get the Fresh Eggs sign but we don't eat them...hubby's allergic : /

    I'd love to have a little piece of home out here in SoCal and would prepay for it.


  5. Your signs on that wood are gorgeous! What a gift to get that wood.

    I would love for you to take a look at a sign I just made on some old fence wood I found. Take a look if you have a chance and you can see my word.

  6. Love both those signs....and no, I didn't know Cypress is the state tree of Louisiana. The Patina is gorgeous on the Egg sign. :)

  7. I love both the signs:) My fav is the last one. Being coveting that one for a while!

  8. OH my Susie, I LOVE LOVE that sign. How sweet of them to give it to you and how GENIOUS of you to make something so awesome!

    How about Kitchen OPEN
    or Kitchen OPEN 25 hours

  9. Susie..I would love to buy one of your egg sins and one of the vintage keys/letters is when you make another.

    ((Big Hugs))

    Cathy :o)

  10. Thanks Cathy! I will be working on some soon. Stay tuned :)

  11. always love stopping by to visit your blog! Love your fresh eggs sign! I just made myself a farm fresh egg sign but yours is gorgeous on that old wood! You are so talented and inspirational! I think "ice cold sodas" would be cute for another sign...or how about just "believe" with the holidays rollin around! I'm sure you'll think of something! =)

  12. Your signs are are very talented :o)

  13. Thank you Susie! Just let me know.. LOL, and sorry for the typos last night. Using my phone to post and without my glasses just do NOT mix, LOL.

    Take Care!


  14. I love all of your beautiful signs. The cypress is just gorgeous.

    It's been a while and I have been catching up on your posts. Your daughter and her friends looked beautiful for homecoming. How sweet.

    What a wonderful surprise your son brought home. Hope my son will grow up to be like that.


  15. Love the signs, especially the rustic wood. Jackie

  16. This is one of those moments when being on the west coast and working full time is sooooo sad. You are all sitting down to dinner when I'm able to catch up on my posts. And your signs are gone... HUGE sigh (can you hear it so far away)? I'm with one of the other comments I read... Fresh Coffee or Hot Coffee would be GREAT. I'd love to hang that in my kitchen. I may have to wake myself up at 4AM to check your postings for a while. :)

  17. oh susie! i have always loved your signs! i am gonna have to think about something to suggest! i know you will come up with something wonderful! xo

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