Remember when there were lots of blogs offering giveaways for the old style enamel signs by Ramsign?
Did you win one?
There are several reasons why I work on projects such as this in the middle of the night. One of those reasons is a 12 year old boy. I didn’t want to disturb it, so I left it sitting on the kitchen table to dry.
You can see where this is going, right? My son wakes me up later in the morning with, “Mom, we have a little problem.”
Short story – he bumped it, messed up the glaze and my genius of a project, now looked less than stellar.
Throughout the week, I post lots of projects that make use of old stuff, and share our home remodeling journey as well.
If you have a passion for timeworn goods, come visit my shop – Knick of Time.
Thank you Angie for joining us today and sharing your amazing “enamel sign” project! We’re off to make some for ourselves. grin! Please take a moment to visit Angie on her lovely blog and at her shop chock full of so many fabulous vintage items…and as always thank YOU for visiting us At The Picket Fence!
Carlene@Organized Clutter says
Great idea Angie.
Angie, that’s such a clever idea! I’ve had a jar of epoxy sitting around forever. Do you think that would work? I’ve never used either one (glass glaze or epoxy). Very very cute! I’m off to visit your blog!
Oh, I love everything about this project and the possibilities are really endless. Thank you so much for sharing it with us, as well as the labels for printing. I can’t wait to give this a try.
Have a Blessed Day!
What a great idea!! Love the signs! Heading on over to visit her Etsy shop!
Leslie Stewart says
Such a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing! The labels are great!
What an awesome idea, Angie! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!
Angie this is genius! I love it. Thank you so much for sharing such a really cool project!
Shirley@Housepitality Designs says
Fantastic, fantastic signs!…Such a wonderful creation that is so much more versatile than the metal signs…love how you can bend it around an object!…Truly creative Angie!!
Wow – that is amazing! I actually DID win a Ramsign giveaway and love my real enamel sign, but can’t wait to try this out! Great way to get the look for WAY less! Thanks for sharing!
I love this idea! I’ve been wanting to change our address plate for a long time now, so I’ll have to use this idea and come up with a waterproof version. 🙂
Thank you soooo much for this tutorial! I love it, and am already planning to make several.
This is awesome! Thank you so much for letting us use your designs too! I can’t wait to make some!
Great feature…thank you for sharing..gonna go pin it!
How awesome is THIS !! wOW, I can’t wait to try it. You sure did a good job….and thanks so much for sharing your great images with us.
and, I DID win a Ramsign….it’s on it’s way to me as we speak….:)
I collect enamel signs all my life, I prefer the old and valuable inscriptions many years old, but sometimes can not resist and order some new enameled sign, mostly from https://www.smalt.com/, but there are auctions where such inscriptions sell.