Shop sign for daughter in law

My daughter in law makes jewelry as a hobby and makes the rounds to wine festivals and the such. She needed a sign for her tent she sells out of so I volunteered of course. This fits in a sleeve on one of the posts on the tent. Made from cherry and maple, General Finishes prairie wheat jell stain for stain, two coats Minwax hand rubbed poly. Used a trim router for the lettering and a paste made with Indio ink to give them color. Thank you for looking.

Woods: cherry maple

Tools: trim router thickness planer table saw



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a1jim ...

Very cool sign, nice work

munchy ...

It’s always a joy to make for family, beautiful work.

oldrivers ...

Very Nice, you did big, Congratulations.

Ed Schroeder ...

That is just beautiful! Great work Jack

Jack ...

Thank you guys for all the kind words.

David Roberts ...

That is some great router work!

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

I agree , it’s always a pleasure to make something for family and you did a beautiful job .

Jack ...

Many thanks David and Bruce.

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Shop sign for daughter in law