Here are some sign projects completed in February.
Below is the Canepa Confections sign made for an old candy display. The owner's family owned a candy and ice cream shop in the early 1900's in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
Below is a picture of the "Smith Town" Central Station sign.
Below, the Nelson family sign. Framed and made in a chocolate brown with antique white letters and gold accent.
Here is the "Heimbach Haus" sign, in a distressed off white with black.
This is a Tavern wood sign made with a teal background with distressed white letters.
Above is the Tarpon House sign with navy blue letters.
Below, Dave's Garage sign with burnt umber and gold, and a black distressed frame.
Below is the "Local Raw Honey" wood sign. This sign was a job to get just right, but was a fun project.
Here is the Jim Bean Coffee Roaster wood sign, framed in distressed white and black.
Below, is the Dad's Trading palace sign:
Here is a "Good food - Good friends - Good times" wood sign, in umber and gold with a frame. Closeup picture below.
Here is a Landscape design wood sign:
Above and below, the Hansen Texas House wood sign.
Here is Fuller's Mercantile Provisions sign in red with gold letters:
Here is an antique style washroom sign, normally with distressed black, but this one with granite gray letters/accent.
Here is Bruce Janzen's Real estate Co. sign.
Below is the "Chateau de Zom" sign (framed).
This is the "Starvation Ridge Est. 1938" sign, modeled after the General Store sign: