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  1. I love this sign! Would you remember what font you used?

  2. Thank you so much. I just moved into a new town house and am starting from scratch. I just got back from Home depot with a board can’t wait to do my sign this weekend.

    1. Aw yay! Hope it goes well!!

  3. Crystal @whattreasuresawait says:

    Great tutorial and the sign looks perfect above the kitchen window! Thanks for sharing at Welcome Home Wednesdays!

  4. Your sign looks amazing. Thank you for linking up with us at #HomeMattersParty. See you again next week.

    1. Thanks, Lori! 🙂 His shirt is from Target. 😉

  5. Love this sign, Perfect timing posting it in the fall, around thanksgiving when we gather together, and gather the harvest. Very nice. Pinned

  6. Your Gather sign looks great above the sink. You did a great job. I want one! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday.

  7. Your sign came out great and I love how simple it was to make!

  8. I love signs like this! Yours makes such an impact in the kitchen. It looks great! I hope you’ll share it at The Crafty Corner link party this week. 🙂

  9. We’ve got some room above our kitchen sink and I’m thinking I’m going to have to make one of these just for that spot too! Love it! The Wednesday “To Grandma’s House We Go” link party just started over at grandmashousediy.com and I thought you might be interested in joining it, thanks!

  10. The sign is perfect there! You did a great job. It has the perfect amount distressing, in my opinion, too!!! Well done.

  11. Absolutely love it! I’ve been trying to decide where I can hang a farmhouse sign in our home. Your’s is so inspiring. Pinned!

  12. Oh, I love your sign so very much!! It’s perfect above your window. I’ve been wanting to create a sign for above my sink and I just keep putting it off. With how great yours looks, it makes me want to get my butt in gear! Pinning!

  13. This a great sign. I haven’t tried that method of transferring letters or the paint pens. Thanks for the info. Your sign looks great above your window.

    1. Thanks! It’s the easiest method ever – can’t recommend it enough!

  14. Your sign is so beautiful and I love the idea of using a french cleat to hang it instead of a regular nail! So much sturdier! Pinning!


  15. Sadly I’m not on the Fixer Upper train, but this looks great! Love the light fixture

  16. If you hadn’t mentioned the letter placement, I’d never have noticed! Just be proud that you DIYed it instead of paying top dollar for someone else to do it for you. Great job!

    1. Thank you! I’m SO pleased with how it turned out!

  17. I follow you on Insta and I saw the post about this sign, but I never actually got to see what was “messed up.” When I saw this post, before I got to the bottom, I was scrutinizing it and had come to the conclusion that you’d started over and fixed the sign — until I got to the end! I still don’t see a problem. All this novel to say: looks amazing! I have a nice blank wall in my dining room that I want to do something like this on — I’m thinking maybe “Eat. Drink. Be merry.” Or perhaps “Say grace”

    1. Thanks so much for sharing that, Jamie! That makes me feel better about it, haha. I LOVE the idea of doing a “Say grace” sign – please share photos if you do it!!

  18. Adorable, Amanda! You know I love my Fixer Upper. This is the perfect addition to your kitchen!