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A Quick, Fun Project

I have a friend who recently realized her dream of owning an RV. What fun!

 She sent me a text one day saying she'd seen this cute saying:

"RV There Yet?"

I instantly knew I wanted to make her a sign with that saying on it.

To begin, I pulled out some old fence pickets and got busy. A few hours later and ta da!

a cute RV sign:

I had so much fun with hers, I am making a second one:

It is put together and ready to paint. This one will get a different color and saying. It too, will go to someone who has just recently bought their RV!

 Neither know I am doing this...well, until they read this post. LOL. So surprise!! I hope you like your signs. Sorry, Denise, you'll have to wait to see yours finished. :o)

I know they are all going to have a blast traveling in their RVs. Let the good times roll, y'all!


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  1. Too cute! My dream is to own an RV and travel the country....some day!

    Blessings, Vicky

    1. Wouldn't that be fun, Vicky?
      Here's to our dreams!

  2. So cute and thoughtful Cecilia, your friends are blessed

    1. Thanks, Cindy! I love to give my friends gifts and better when I can make them!

    2. I am truly blessed to be a friend of Cecilia. And truly blessed to be the recipient of her crafty art!!! This is the most adorable RV sign I've ever seen and I love it!!! I'll be thinking of you, Cecilia, every time I look at it. Thank you dear friend!

    3. Aw, you're welcome! But it is me who is blessed by your friendship! I'm so glad you like it!

  3. Well, I the 'other friend' lol. Maybe not yet, but I will be! And when that happens me wants one of them there signs!

    1. Haha, Doreen, I had no idea but you know you would be! :D
      When you get yours, you just let me know and I'll get on it!

  4. Cecilia ! We use that saying, too ! We got an RV when mom and dad left us. They used to travel in their RV and when we were free to do the same, we got one. We don't get away very much, but we try to use it every year. So far, multiple trips to Santa Fe, a small trip to a renaissance festival here in Texas, and all the way to Michigan to meet my birth family. Let me know when you start selling your signs. They are the cutest ! (hint hint... my birthday's in August!) tee hee ! Just kidding. sort of. SNORK!

    1. Oh Patty! You're so funny. :) but seriously, if you really want one, email me. I've had a lot of fun making these. My husband thinks a tent is the only way to go so I am left out of the RV experience. Oh well. We now have the farm!
      What Renaissance fair did you go to?

  5. That's an adorable sign! What a thoughtful gift - and I can't believe you just whipped it up - that's creativity!

    1. Thanks, Karen! I really do enjoy things like this...I mean I love the complicated oil pAinting but it's nice to have something that goes quickly. I did wood stuff long before I jumped into painting so this is like getting back to my roots. Lol

  6. That is the cutest sign EVER !!! What a great idea - it's a RV warming gift !

    1. Thanks, Suzan! Finishing up the second one...she's seen the post and can't wait for hers. Got to celebrate those dreams come true!

  7. That is truly the cutest sign!!!...I am sure your friend loves it!!

    1. Oh she does! I finished the other one too and it was also a hit! Thanks for stopping by.


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