I know, I know it’s not even Halloween yet right? Well, if you’re a maker then you know right now is when we are gathering ideas and supplies to DIY the heck out of the holidays! We have some inspiring posts coming in the days ahead including today’s DIY vintage Christmas signage! Enjoy!
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I absolutely love everything created from these products. Not only are they beautiful but the fact that they are simple and you don’t have to be some master artist to use them makes it a tool everyone could truly use and create with. Thank you for sharing your creativity! I am inspired!
Hi Ashley, thank you for your kind words! I’m happy to hear you are loving our products, we do believe everyone has the creativity to make something beautiful!
First of all, I wanted to thank you for your truly kind words! It is such a pleasure for me to read your excellently composed articles.
Oh my goodness, I just discovered IOD Stamps and transfers. What stamps are you using in the video? I would love to create for Christmas Gifts…
This sign is lovely, lovely, lovely! I would like to purchase the supplies to make it. Can you please reply and let me know what I need to purchase? The video showing how it is done is wonderful but please include a supply list! Thank you!
Love the sign! Please share what products (stamps) you used. So cute!! THANKS!
IOD Wreath Builder, IOD Typsetting, and IOD Barnwood Decor Stamps with IOD Brayer or Ink Pad, and IOD Ink of your choice 🙂 Or mid your own unique colors!
Thank you!! So funny this was from last November but just so today and was frantically trying to find into on exactly what products were used and you posted it! 🙂
JD, you’re welcome! 🙂 I think the ladies reposted it in the Tribe, and I thought maybe they updated it. Nope 🙂 Of course you could use IOD Erasable Chalk as well, on chalk-board paint, or possible regular paint – depending the type you use. 🙂
Love everything you do,want to see more videos
Have a wonderful year,keep up with the super products