Home sweet home.


You know that old saying "The Cobbler's Shoes"?

Yeah.Well.

My sweet husband  has wanted a sign for his office like forever.

I would start one then get busy. You know.

Then right smack dab in the middle of my busy season,

I started feeling guilty.



He was born and raised in Arkansas and
went to college in North Louisiana for 6 years....

Then ...

He was offered a job and moved south.
Right by me :)
In the middle of Tiger Country. LSU!

After the years, he has grown to love his new home.

But.

There is no place like Home.

So I painted this for his office.

Might I mention that his entire office consists of LSU fans.

Yeah, he's brave like that...ha!


Speaking of home...


I painted this for a home built in 1922.

Oh the history...

I always thought it would be so neat to live in a historic home.

A huge front porch and sidewalks would work for me.

Do you have a dream home in mind?

Historic and charming or brand new and crisp?

I love the look of both as long as they include family.

That's what makes a home to me :)


Susie~

12 comments:

  1. My two sons are at UARK.....they would love that sign...HECK, I love that sign! You did a great JOB!

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  2. It really is true about the cobbler's kids..... Old adages always seem to ring true! Glad you made him his sign- ya gotta keep your man happy! :-)

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  3. I'm a huge Razorback fan and that is one of the best signs I've seen! It looks awesome!!

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  4. My step mother is a HUGE Razorback fan & she would just love this sign. Are you planning on making/selling any others?

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  5. Wonderful job on the sign...you are very talented. As for the homes, I have so many I love it would be hard to choose only one. Historic would be nice, industrial condo, cottage and the list goes on and on.

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  6. You did a great job, Susie. I'd love to live in a historic home...our is more prehistoric! lol!

    Have a great week!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. I am a Arkansas girl transplanted to Louisiana as well...Love the Razorback sign! Soooeee hogs.
    Carolyn

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  8. How sweet of you to finish the sign for him. Looks great!

    I have ALWAYS wanted to live in an older home with tons of character. A wrap around porch would be a small slice of heaven for me!

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  9. Paint a bunch of those Razorback signs, set yourself up a booth during a ballgame and you would sell hundreds of them!! So cute!!

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  10. Cute cute sign...he is one brave man...good for him!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  11. This reminds me of something my son has been asking for...he's wanted me to make him a University of Memphis tassel (BASKETBALL of course...as far as we're concerned we have NO football team. Boo.), and I've put it off and put it off. I think this may be the year I make him one. :)

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