Make this You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign!

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

Make this You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign!

This post has been updated on Nov 1 2020.

Today is a big day. A REALLY big day. It’s a little nerve wracking yet exciting… because I finally have something to offer that I’ve been asked about for a long, LONG time.

Deeeep breath…;

12 Days of Christmas 2013For years, readers asked how I make the DIY signs that I do.

So at long last, there is now a line of what I call Funky Junk’s Old Sign Stencils so you too can make the signs I do… right down to the same font!

About the stencils


Visit Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils store HEREFunky Junk's Down on the Farm Mix and Match Stencil Collection

Funky Junk’s Old Sign Stencils are a collection of high quality 10 mil reusable mylar stencils, designed around market signs.

The above is our first collection we released. We’ve since introduced many other designs including iconic patterns such as Grain Sack Stripes, Buffalo Check and more!

Visit our entire stencil collection in-store to-date HERE


Really cool, huh?

So today I’m going to share how to make this You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign easily… with stencils!

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Make this You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign!


Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

This rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign is made from stencils, reclaimed wood and rusty junk. It’s a fabulous Christmas sign that is perfect for Christmas decorating, or add hooks to hang things!

You Cut Tree Farm Christmas sign stencil | Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils

Supplies I used:


You Cut Tree Farm stencil from HERE

Swoosh stencil from HERE

Reclaimed wood

Rusty junk pieces

Stencil brush

Paint of choice – I used Fusion Mineral Paint’s Casement (white)

Christmas arrow sign with a stencil offer on

Christmas arrow sign with a stencil offer on

How I did it:


  1. Attach a long board to a triangle shaped board (I used a shingle) with a couple of old relic hinges.
  2. Stencil the main board with You Cut Tree Farm.
  3. Add a Swoosh underneath the lettering.
  4. Lightly distress with a palm sander.
  5. Coat with a wax or oil for wood. (I used Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil)
  6. Hang it up!

I had an old board that was about the right size. I just lightly sanded it. 

Then an old shingle became the arrow tip. I cut the shape with a jig saw, then attached the arrow head to the board with a couple of old hinges I landed in this pile of junk.

At first I laid out where all the rusty junk ‘could’ go. I later decided to incorporate lettering so it became an actual Christmas sign, then use rusty junk around that.

Christmas arrow sign with a stencil offer on

How to add a spacer to the back of the sign


Rather than traditional hooks (because I didn’t have any!), I then decided rusty S hooks could be used for hanging! Perfect!

Because of that, I added wood cut slices as spacers behind the sign so there’d be room for the hooks to sit.

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

The finished You Cut Tree Farm sign


Then the sign was stenciled in Fusion Mineral Paint’s Casement.

Stencils used:


You Cut Tree Farm


The S-hooks were hung up, then an antique pulley, rustic wreath and wood block present were hung up to finish it off!

And the result was a really old looking You Cut Tree Farm Christmas tree arrow sign that is as festive and rustically cute as can be! With endless possibilities.

Rusty hinge hooks / Make this rustic Christmas arrow sign with stencils /

A jumble of s-hooks and rusty junk hardware were combined to hang whatever desired.

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

The sign was distressed by gently using a palm sander.

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

Remember my little wooden present HERE? I drilled a hole to the corner then hung it. Instant ornament! Now I want some for my tree…

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

The rusty junk s-hooks worked out perfectly… even layering a few!

Gotta dig that quirky little Christmas tree and star! Imperfectly perfect I say.

Rusty hinges on sign / Make this rustic Christmas arrow sign with stencils /

Two rusty junk hinges hold the shingle arrow tip in place.

You could also further stabilize the pieces together from the back as well if desired. But this did the trick.

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

The You Cut Tree Farm Christmas tree arrow sign with no decorating is cute too!

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

But even more so with!

The s-hooks are great for hanging coats and hats too! A perfect Christmas sign for a front entry.

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

Christmas arrow sign with a stencil offer on

Learn how to make this rustic You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign with reclaimed wood, stencils and rusty junk! Perfect for Christmas decorating! Click to full tutorial and to find stencils by Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils.

Merry Christmas…. You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign style!

Think you’ll make one?

Funky Junk's Down on the Farm Mix and Match Stencil Collection


Edited to add: Above was the very first collection we released. They are listed under the names shown on the designs.

There are MANY more now listed in our online store HERE

Visit Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils store HERE

Below giveaway is now over


THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW OVER. WINNER IS HEATHER C. CONGRATS! YOU HAVE BEEN EMAILED!Funky Junk's Down on the Farm Mix and Match Stencil Collection

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374 thoughts on “Make this You Cut Tree Farm Christmas arrow sign!

  1. Donna, these are so FUN!!! I’d love to see numbers/letters but also flourishes… to use around things… Sweet fun… I’m giddy and I haven’t even won (yet? :))))

  2. Love your new stencils!! Congratulations on making this happen… so exciting! You have such great style, I know you will do so well with these! Be especially blessed, Kathy H

  3. I have been a faithful follower of Funky Junk for a long while now. Love to see your blog posts come through in my email!!

  4. Oh my gosh I’m in. I couldn’t write fast enough. So I have to go back to finish directions. I’ve always loved your signs. I’m buying right now.
    I already subscribe. Numbers would be great for a future sign and I really live the & sign, and what about a design like a tricked out flower and vine? I can’t wait to see more!

  5. I love all of your stuff!!! I do get your emails each day, and I just signed up for your signs newsletter!! thank you!!!

  6. I love all of the stencils you have created! With you sign making skills I was wondering how long it would take you to start making and selling!!!!! Glad you did. I would love to see more home related stencils with some sports (winter skiing) thrown in for good measure.


  7. oh my gosh! I love these stencils…….especially the farmers market! I would love to see a set with fruits…… apples, blueberries, cherries 🙂 I would make signs and it would encourage me to eat healthy! 🙂

  8. I already receive your daily blog posts! Look forward to getting it every morning and reading with my hot tea! Thank you so much for your inspiration.

  9. I also receive the weekly newsletter! It’s great just in case I might have missed a daily post…. Yeah like that is going to happen! Thanks again Donna for all your great inspiration.

  10. I am new here and loving it! Yes I would love to see more mix and match collections! Of anything and everything! I think the stencil is a great idea. I have been making signs for years now too, and I always have people asking how I make them.

  11. The mix and match themes are really neat! I’d like to see some Christmas mix and match with words like “Joy”, “Peace”, “Hope”, etc.

  12. LOVE stencils! Would love to see more ideas! I am very into country/primitive decor so anything in that category would be amazing!

  13. I’m signed up and a new follower! Looking forward to yours, downsizing to a small beachside home hopefully soon, and want to completely redo my style, want to re-use and recycle-especially pallet projects. Would like to see stencils for corners of windows. Not all windows in Florida need drapes, and would love to stencil the upper corners of our window frames. Let the sunshine in! thanks, Stacy

  14. Thank you for this opportunity. I’ve always loved your ideas and now sign making made easier is no exception. Would love the “Farmers Market” stencil.

    Please keep up the good work.


  15. Already receiving your daily blog notices. The stencils are a great idea and would love to see just random words so any sign could be created. 🙂

  16. Donna, awesome product especially conceived in your earlier calling and now brought to fruition in your new endeavor. I love the old style lettering graphics and numbers. Carry on and much thanks for continued inspiration.


  17. Absolutely thrilled with your stencils. I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to see a Grainsack Collection. I hope I got my order in before you run out, because, I’m sure you will run out quickly! I would love to win! I akready subscribe to your blog and look forward to each and everyone of them. You have inspired me so much. I have 12 toolboxes in my garage for Christmas gifts because of you! Love it! Thanks so much for your genuine enthusiasum!

  18. One of my favorites would be Farmer’s Market. I attend ours here almost every Saturday while it is in season (April – December). I have been a long-time customer of some vendors there and I love it and them. You get to know people and that’s fun. I also frequent other farmers markets when I can. So that would be a fun sign for me you make and put in my kitchen. Thanks for posting this!

  19. I love that you are offering stencils…I had been waiting for that. Thankyou in hubby just finished making your twig/berry wreaths for my co-workers..He did a great job..used an artificial garland with tiny red excited that he is starting to enjoy what ‘we’ do he’ll be on pinterest too…well, maybe not..
    Merry Christmas, Donna.
    Shirley Born..I’m the one from Ontario that you wouldn’t answer in the summer because you likely thot I was a creeper…sorry..I just wanted to meet you and talk with you.

  20. I love these! Love signs and would love to see more collections! Coffee house type stuff would be good, peace, Parisian, etc. I am signed up for your regular newsletter and now the signs newsletter!!!

  21. Stencils are a great idea! Numbers, #,&,@, would be good too. I receive daily posts & signed up for stencil only updates. Would absolutely love to win the stencils!!!!

  22. How I can be so excited for someone I don’t even (really) know is beyond me…But I am!
    You & Jennylynn talking your dreams was not a coincidence. I truly believe we meet everyone we’re ‘supposed’ to!
    Congratulations…Being brave enough to say your dream (one of them!) out loud is to be admired. (and maybe a lesson for everyone who doesn’t…wink, wink)

    p.s.I’m already a fan of Homestead House, the “original” milk paint makers…so much so, that when asked, theirs is the product I recommended to go into a store. (and, its doing pretty well!) That store has just introduced the Fusion paint as well!

  23. Will you be offering just alphabet letters so we could make up our own word combos?
    Btw, loved your photos of Toronto and so glad you had fun in this amazing city.

  24. I would LOVE to see more collections, in “all of the above!” These are amazing!

    I have a Silhouette machine, but it takes many tries to cut a clean stencil and I have just given up. I may not be able to afford many of your stencils, because the customers in my rural area won’t pay very much for anything, even handcrafted items!

  25. Can’t wait for more options!!!
    Would love some grain sack ideas….
    Signed up for the old sign newsletter too.

  26. I do get your newsletter. I found three three-foot red wooden arrows for $10.00 at a flea market. They’ve been waiting for me to do something with them. Love the stenciling!

  27. Love the sign stencils. I draw my own lettering for my old signs or barn wood, but when in a hurry, it would be so nice to have stencils! I love the idea of all kinds of vintage stencils for coffee, grain, tobacco, etc… Thank you for sharing and for having such a fun site to enjoy!!

  28. #1I just ordered two signs !!!!!!! I have loved your farmers market sign since I first saw it on Pinterest . I took the picture to a local craftsman and they wanted a 100.00 to make it. I bought the stencil and can now make my own!!!

  29. Love the stencils! I think numbers would be great, and also things that have to do with family. Thanks for the giveaway!

  30. I have signed up for your ‘Signs Only’ Newsletter and eagerly await the first (2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on) installment!

  31. I love everything you post so keep doing what you are doing! Everything is so beautiful!!! I already subscribe to your posts! Merry Christmas. Such an awesome giveaway! xo

  32. Would love the Farmers Market. Always get great ideas from you.

    Already signed up for all your posts and newsletter.


  33. Oh my stars! You always have the best ideas and the best giveaways.

    Grain sack, coffee, numbers – I want to see it all! Just keep up the good work. 🙂

    Oh…and I subscribe to the daily blog posts and the newsletter.

  34. Hi Donna! I would love to win the Stencil Collection! I’ve been following your Blog and personal growth for awhile. You have given me inspiration, motivation and encouragement through my personal growth, all of which I am very grateful! Thank you! I was just looking into doing 4 art shows in Columbus, Ohio 2015 plus the shows I have done this year. I could really use another creative outlet and these sign stencils would make for a lot of fun! I would love an Antique sign!

  35. Oh Donna, congratulations, they are fabulous! There is nothing on the market (see how I used your stencil word there?) like these! I would love a coffee line of stencils as coffee signs are some of my most popular and they would be oh so much easier with a fabulous stencil.

  36. The stencils are so cute and really versatile. You have knocked it out of the park once again. Your sense of style and ability to take something so simple and make a beautiful vignette is amazing. It is what makes your site successful. Keep up the good work because you are inspiring to those of us who don’t have an ounce of style in our little finger! Thank you for all your hard work.


    PS. I love getting your newsletter and your daily blog entry. I know it is your love and it shows.

  37. Super signs. Love the trees. Love the idea. How about wheat sheaf, grain sacks, carrots, garden signs… Swooshes, swirls, stuff eve me a non artistic person could do. Thanks for great posts.

  38. “Santa’s workshop” or “Santa’s Helper” for the side of a wooden tool box would be good for next year’s projects.

  39. I already am a faithful subscriber to your blog AND newsletter! And I LOVE the stencil idea! I love all your ideas and your giveaways! After the holiday is over (and I have a bit more fun money to spend on ME) I plan on purchasing your Farmers Market sign! Thanks for the opportunity to win!! I like coffee ideas, farm-themed projects and oh! how bout’ and French themed signs or grain sacks or any ol thing your creativity shouts out to you?

  40. Wow Donna! I am so in love with that arrow… just by itself without the lettering for every day decor AND with the Christmas lettering too! I think mix n’ match stencils are an AWESOME idea and I’d love to see more!


  41. Just signed up for the Signs newsletter. Can’t wait to see what that is about. Thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  42. I love it! The stencils are wonderful. Can’t wait to see new collections. I subscribe to your blog and just signed up for the signs newsletter.

  43. I’m in the process of staring a Bunch of signs and love your blog. Great timing. I love it. Stencils with lake, beach, summertime theme would be fun.

  44. Already subscribed to daily posts and now the newsletter! Love your signs, would love to try my own. I’d love to try my street address. 🙂

  45. I love your blog! I love looking at the pictures…everyday there is something to smile at! There is such simple beauty in your creations! Your imagination to see something new in something old is an inspiration!

  46. I am so glad someone is offering a selection (set) of stencils. I think signs with a “love” theme would be great for Valentine’s Day. I already subscribe to your daily blogs and I signed up for the Signs Only newsletter. I hope Dec. 18 is my lucky day!

  47. what a great idea…love it and would love to win the set. already signed up for your newsletter. Love your blog.

  48. I’m super excited about the stencils too!!! What a wonderful idea. I love the coffee one and that you can mix and match!!!

  49. Oh my gosh! You don’t know how long I’ve drooled over your “Farmer’s Market” sign. Just ordered one! Would also love to see something for a Coffee Bar or Hot Chocolate Bar.

  50. Love the stencils and the mix and match idea for the words. Would love to see some words that could be stacked mix and match, along with numbers. Basic words like love or home or joy. I am so inspired by the ways that you have used them.

  51. Love this! I’d like to see seasonal variations, like fresh produce for summer or pumpkins for sale for fall. Also, I love anything french, like boulangerie or charcuterie.

  52. LOVE these! We had a tree farm…AND a pumpkin farm a while back. I’m thinking entire alphabet & number stencils would be wonderful (but WHAT font??). People could do their family names, etc? Love the swoosh too. Different little graphics would be nice too. Garden, home, kitchen ware…etc. SO many options!!!

  53. I’ve been to nervous to try sign making without having a I see others use online. I love all of these…especially the Christmas tree sign. Thank you!

  54. I love the mix and match option and would love to see “ad” type stencils for mercantile items like eggs, milk, soaps, etc. You’re on the right track… these stencils are wonderful!

  55. Love it! Actually, I love all of your posts. Could I just move into you beautiful home? I’ll try to earns keep. 🙂 ok that was just weird

  56. Love this idea!
    I already subscribe to your daily blog posts.
    Up to date listings for newly released sign designs and stencils.
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  57. Love any sign on old rustic wood. I have a lot of old rusty tin items that I’m wondering if they could be stenciled? Great job!

  58. Congrats. I so enjoy anything you do! Cant think of anything at the moment that I would like to see more of. Thanks for the chance.

  59. Love the new stencil adventure! I would really like to see numbers in different sizes etc. I hope this is a huge success!

  60. Love the stencils! Hoping you keep it rural. Like the coffee idea and mix and match nature of the collection. Home words are good too.

  61. OMGEE~~~I so L*O*V*E your Tree Farm sign !!!!!

    I love all of them.

    Any theme in particular? YES YES YES….PARIS TYPE THEMES WITH WORDS AND IMAGES….love curly q’s & swirls….oh and Fleur De Lis…..ROOSTER…CHICKEN……BED & BREAKFAST…..ANTIQUE SHOW…..FLEA MARKET..Coffee, yes !!grain sack, oOH YEAH !!numbers,EEEHHH ?? all of the above…

    this is fun !!
    thank you !!

  62. Love Them! I’m going to purchase them right after I leave you this note.
    How about names of heirloom botanicals and vegetables? Like old seed packets have on them????

  63. Great stencils and I am a stencil user! Waiting on some now to do a bone inlay copy cat. How about farm animals? Cows are very popular now and deer, just a thought.

  64. These are really fun stencils. I love stenciling though I have not done any for a while. I would love to see nature themes….more trees, leaves,
    branches, animals, birds, etc.
    Your daily posts are always a special treat.

  65. I only recently found your blog and signed up right away. Am a big fan of “lettering” and different fonts so love your signs! Thank you for including Canada in your contest/give aways!

  66. Ok, I’ve done 1, 2 & 3. Keeping my fingers crossed I’ll win this awesome prize. I love your kitty by the way. What a great little helper!



  67. Love the stencils. Would like gardening, birds, chocolate, coffee, bible verses. Lots of ideas….. Thank you for the contest!

  68. I love your idea of having mix & match collections. It makes the stencils so much more versatile. I would love a varied group of numbers and symbols.

  69. You know…. if you would of had a line of stencils 3 years ago I never would of started blogging. Instead I would now be running the MN branch of the Funky Junk Stencil Co.

  70. Absolutely love the large format of these stencils! I can see using all of these stencils in my mixed media artwork.

    Would love to see sets of number stencils in medium and large format – my imagination is in overdrive 🙂


  71. wow donna you sure are on your way to that new life…these stencils are awesome thick enough even a klutz like me could use them..i love them all i have always wanted a farmers market sign…as far as new designs how could i tell you what to make you have a knack for it good luck xx

  72. I like the idea of the numbers. You could do a sign for the front of your house etc. I already subscribe to the daily blog and newsletter. I love your site and your ideas. I thank you for sharing your talent. Have a wonderful Christmas and New Year! Many blessing to you and yours.

  73. Lovely! I think incorporating numbers would be fun….I am obsessed with grain sacks–so anyway to use them is awesome by me! Glad I came across the site…signed up to stay in tune.

  74. Hey, I love the idea of mix and match stencils! I would love to see a line of destinations, like LAKE, BOAT HOUSE, CAMPFire PIT, BARN, etc.

  75. Love love, love the new stencils!! I’m thinking of # 4 & 5. I’m so excited to hear about your new venture. Today’s sign is very lever too. Well done!

  76. Love the idea of instant old-timely signs! I have hand-lettered my share over the years but this looks like my speed now! It’s great to see you sharing that “sing” side of your talents with us!

  77. I just now signed up for your “sings only” newsletter and. I already subscribe to your fun blog posts! Farmers. Market is my fave! I love any signs that take me back to old farm life like ” farm fresh eggs”, “fresh Maple Syrup”, “u-pick berries”…. Also Cabin signs!

  78. I would like to see more mix and match collections – please oh please!
    You are super talented lady — glad I found your site — you inspire me!!


    Pss I am already Subscribe and I receive your news letter and email etc..

  79. Those are so fun! I’d love to see something flea market, advertising, and/or words relating to objects or things around a house or even barn.

  80. I already subscribe to your cool newsletter and just signed up for the sign news letter.

    I would like to receive info on more stencils for signs.

    Love your blog, newsletter and everything.



  81. I can’t get enough of your junk!!! I am using grain sacks right now. Would love to see some of that in rough frames. Thanks.

  82. Love the stencil concept you are utilizing. I did ALOT of stenciling on the walls of my new country home 30 years ago. But, looking forward to using your sign stencils in a new way. Was unable to order though, there was a little red sign that said you were having trouble with the server and to check back later.

  83. Love the sign & the whole vignette. Would love to see other stencils that can be used throughout the house or outside. Nice job & thank you!

  84. Donna, I’m so excited for you!!!!! Yes, make more collections – on any and all of the ideas you’ve suggested (coffee, grain sack, numbers/symbols, in particular ‘&’ symbols…. etc.). Someday I hope I can buy them!

  85. #2: I subscribe already to Funky Junk’s daily blog posts. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. I hope someday to be able to buy some of these….that is if I can ever take the trip to the credit card side of the world. 🙂

  86. I think stencils are awesome. I personally think that anything would be great,whether it was numbers, home,coffee or anything in between.Thanks and keep these coming.

  87. Love the stencil idea! I would love it if you could make custom stencils.
    I purchased the farmers market stencil and can’t wait to try it out! Great idea! Thank you for sharing!

  88. Donna, I love your sign, and I really like the idea of these stencils. I think any theme will be very popular. I want more signs and I’d love to win this awesome giveaway! Thanks so much for your part in this !

  89. Your new stencils are GREAT! Would sure use some with numbers in different styles, sizes, etc. Any item I have with multiple drawers always “NEEDS” numbers on the drawers. Maybe signs like “home baking done here”
    I already subscribe to your daily post, just signed up to get your sign newsletter. Keep ’em comin’!

  90. Oh my, now you’ve done it! Didn’t think it was possible to love your site and wonderful junkyness more, but the stencils, WOW just wow! Have subscribed for a long time now to both blog and newsletter. Adding myself to the news signs only and ordering me some stencils!

  91. Love the stencils! How about trendy phrases Love You More, Man Cave, Family rules., and definitely more farm, rustic, etc. So excited!

  92. Hi Donna, thanks for the opportunity to win these stencils! I have been following you for a long time by daily email and your weekly newsletter and I now signed up for your stencil updates. I would love to see more farm related such as fresh eggs, etc.

  93. I think it’s great that you’re going in this direction! another idea may be to add “Wildflower Farm” something for when the snow melts. thanks for the chance!

  94. What an awesome giveaway Donna! I think Fresh Baked Cookies or General Store would make a good stencil. Something kitcheny.

  95. I subscribed to Funky Junk’s Signs Only Newsletter. Looking forward to seeing what inspiration is coming our way in it!

  96. I would love to see more of your ideas for stencil designs!! I always enjoy reading your blog and seeing your creative ideas!! Thanks

  97. I’ ve been receiving your newsletter regularly and enjoy reading your ideas. It might be fun to include a fruit or floral series of stencils when you create a new collection.

  98. The signs are awesome! Love the stencils on it.Would like to see some with coffee, or bakery and all holidays. yes I subscribed to your newsletter. Look forward to it! :() thank you

  99. Love your signs (and your blog) and the stencils are great, numbers and the alphabet would be terrific. My favourite saying for a sign is “Happy Everything” – just to cover all the bases. It’s great that your dreams are coming true!

  100. Am a subscriber to your wonderful inspirational newsletter. Luv the stencils …… Numbers would be good to have in them….

  101. oh my gosh
    just noticed you are from BC
    I was born there { New Westminister }
    and raised for 10 years in White Rock.
    My aunt, Uncle and all my cousins are still there.
    I’m in the PNW Oregon now
    but my heart memories are in BC.

  102. Congratulations!!! I LOVE them!! I have been anxiously awaiting their release since our junking day. Amazing job and I am sure you will have many more collections to come.

  103. I love the signage and I think it’s a great idea. I’d like a western theme to go with my stirrups and spurs I want to display. Great ideas.
    I already subscribe to your daily posts.

  104. Omg I LOVE THESE !!! I subscribe to all !
    Think I would like to see more Vintage signs and diy projects with an industrial flare.

  105. Wow, your stencils are wonderful. I would love to try a few of them. I think I would like to see stencils of the graphics on your stairs. I remember thinking I would like to have a stencil of some of those designs. I am already signed up for your daily emails and your newsletter. Thanks for the chance to win these great stencils.

  106. Donna, this is the coolest idea ever! I LOVE these stencils and it would be so neat the have more mix& match phrases! I’ve always thought your job doing the lettering was so creative and this would give your fans a small taste of it (with the hard part done!) great idea!

  107. I am so excited about the new stencils, it will make sign making so much easier for us non-professionals! Thank you! I love the tree farm stencil as family friends own a tree farm nearby.

  108. I already receive your blog and newsletter, Thank You! I have a sign in my kitchen that I made that says Thankful with a heart after it, I would love to see your take on that! Thanks again.

  109. I would love to see more stencils with numbers and single words collections. Words that could be combined to create eclectic sayings or phrases. Like “super”

  110. SO excited! Talked to you some time ago about you making stencils! I follow your blog & am going to sign up or the newsletter. I would love any o all of the stencils you mentioned! Would LOVE to win, fingers, eyes &toes crossed!

  111. 1- I love ALL of that, though I ESPECIALLY love numbers!!!!! LOVE em!!

    2- already subscribe

    3- just signed up and can’t wait!

    Pick meeeeeeeeee!

  112. So happy to see a part of your dream coming true! These are nice and well thought out, I would love to see something with a chicken or coffee theme, or feed sack style too.

  113. Wow this is so awesome!! I love that they all work together. I would love to see some country ones, junk ones, more farm ones and I always love those old store name ones!

  114. What a fabulous idea! Would love to see vintage style stencils farm related with animals too. Excited for you 🙂

  115. I just signed up for your sign and stencil newsletter. I look forward to this new creative venture. Wow funny how your past sign making experience is being put to use in a whole new way. Cheers from Vancouver Island.

  116. Donna, you know that I’m SO excited for you. This is going to be such a great thing!

    The Tree Farm stencil is probably my favourite. I love it!

    I’d love to be entered in the giveaway, so I’ll say that I’d love to see coffee-type stencils (like your coffee bar had on its top), or perhaps some stencils that are related to shipping/railway? Like maybe a CN Railway/shipping crate idea? Or an old HBC crate!?!?

    Either or, whatever you do is amazing, lady. This is such a great thing!

  117. I am so proud for you and your new stencil collection. I know it is going to take off like a shot! I love your blog and have followed you now for a long time.
    I would love some with scripture.
    I already receive your weekly mailings and I just signed up to receive the sign email.
    Maybe I’ll win!
    Keep up the great work.

  118. I have been looking for farmer’s market signs like Fresh Corn, Ripe Strawberries, Farm Fresh Blueberries but can never seem to find the right font to use in lettering offered.
    Now that you have mentioned it, grainsack and coffee would be wonderful too!

    I have only made a sign using vinyl lettering and it turned out nice after some roughing up.
    Would love to get started using stencils instead. Fantastic way to partner up in offering stencil mix and match.

  119. Just subscribed to blog posts and looking forward to following you here like I do in Pinterest. Love all the ideas! So creative!

  120. I’d love to see some real vintage type stencils — old school sign reproductions — stores etc. or old cars, rural signage.
    I would love to enter to win your stencils and HH Paint. I live in Ontario and know you well. Was visiting at Lucketts this past summer.
    Continued success and Happy Holidays! You are an inspiration.