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Fall/Halloween Reversible Sign

Remember the boards that gave me the wood sliver? They've been waiting for me to work on them and I finally got time to do so.

I knew I wanted to do a Fall sign since Fall is my favorite time of year. I laid the boards out, painted the backgrounds, then all the details.


Then I had a thought! Why not paint the backside so it could be a reversible sign? Ok! I think I will do a Halloween sign for the other side.

Found some inspiration on Pinterest:

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and came up with this:


Yay! I now have two signs in one!

Fall:


Halloween:


Which is your favorite side?

Now all I have to do is wire it together and add the hanger. Then it's going to the farm!

I'm off to decorate the front porch...From everyone else's posts, I'm obviously behind. :o) Here's a sneak peak at my scarecrow:

He's an oldie but goodie.

Have a great weekend! We're off to the farm. I can't wait!
:o)
Cecilia

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Comments

  1. So cute- I think the Fall side is my favorite--but I like both sides. Happy Fall to you- xo Diana

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    1. Thanks, Diana. I think it's my favorite too. :) happy Fall to you too!
      Hugs
      Cecilia

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  2. Oh I love your signs you made and I like the Fall side too! I don't have any decorations up yet either. Have a nice weekend.
    Julie

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    1. I'll have the porch done by the end of the week! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Halloween side is my fav! Can hardly wait for my trip to the farm:)

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    1. Me neither! We are going to have fun! :-) Isn't the spider "o" the cutest ever on the sign? Have a great weekend, Roxanne!

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  4. So very cute. I love them both....but I love owls so the fall sign will get my vote. :)

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    1. Isn't the owl cute? Thanks for voting. Wish you were going with me to the farm!

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  5. Great idea Cecilia! That's one of those 'why didn't I think of this before' moments!

    I like the Fall sign, but true confession time. When it comes to Halloweeen, I'm not a huge fan of decorating. Ironically, if I'm going to do it, I would want to go all out...coffins, vampires, witches, cauldrons, you name it. Having said that, your sign is adorable, but you make everything look so cute! You're so talented!!

    xxx

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    1. haha, Doreen, I can just see you with all your scary stuff. :D I like the cute Halloween stuff but occasionally, I think I could get into the spooky decorations.

      Thank you! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  6. Cecilia, I love the fall side. Also, love the painting you sent to Suzan of her little dog, Soda. SO sweet! You're such a sweetie!!

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