merry and bright ornament

Merry and Bright Pallet Ornament and Free SVG

I love making small signs, I cannot lie. This pallet wood ornament is no exception. At a mere 3 inches wide by 4 1/2 inches tall, it’s the perfect size for a farmhouse style Christmas tree. If you want to make your own, I’ve included the FREE hand lettered SVG file HERE. I used my[Read more]

grain sack look ornament

Grain Sack Look Ornament

Using Pallet Wood Scraps I’ve been working on pallet wood ornaments and I couldn’t wait to share this one with a vintage grain sack look. Three Trees Pallet Wood Ornaments Jesus Loves Me Pallet Sign This wood scrap was the perfect size to make a vintage looking tag style ornament and I love how it[Read more]

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Using Card Sketches in Silhouette Studio

Using card sketches in Silhouette Studio is a great way to streamline your Christmas Card Crafting. I love to make cards and make them often. One of my daughters will sometimes pick her favorites from my stash. For a recent birthday party, I also used a card from my stash. Creating special cards for events[Read more]

trash to treasure holiday sign

Trash to Treasure Holiday Sign

This Trash to Trash to Treasure Holiday Sign saves foam block packaging from the land fill. Add foam board, burlap, and your Silhouette Cameo to create this cute project. I love using what I have on hand to create projects that I can use to decorate for holidays and special occasions. What’s more, I love[Read more]


Jesus Loves Me Pallet Sign

And Tips for Reclaimed Wood Signs I love how this Jesus loves me pallet sign turned out. Hubby and I have been using reclaimed lumber in a number of recent projects and it’s an amazing resource. Who can argue with free wood? That’s not to say that we haven’t invested a bit in the reclaimed[Read more]

100 Plus Small Sign Ideas

100 Ideas for Small Signs

and a “Pumpkin Spice” SVG Freebie If you own a cutting machine you’ve maybe thought about creating some of your own home decor. I know that when I purchased my first cutting machine, sign making was very high on my “To DO” list. Even so, I owned the cutting machine, but didn’t always have the[Read more]