MORE SIGNS

I really think that I am addicted to making these signs I could spend all day doing them.  Once I get started I just can’t seem to turn my brain off of colour combinations, words, phrases and different ways of putting wood together to come up with a different look.  If I’m not doing it then I’m thinking about it.

I hope that this kind of artwork brings some pleasure and beauty to whoever will purchase them.

 

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    • Baba says:

      Thank you for the lovely comments I’m glad you think I’m talented because I don’t. It’s just something I do. But I appreciate it. Follow me on Instagram I post there a lot more- cajacobaba. Let me know how you like it

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