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In a previous post, I mentioned my husband and I attending the Funky Finds indie art show in Longview. A local artisan (she's from Kilgore) named Kathy Adams was present.
Kathy creates hand-made, vintage chic signs under the name Sign Language. A combination of lovely paint and artsy papers ensures these signs are uniquely styled.
We spotted a sign painted in creams and blues adorned with paper blue birds and the phrase "Our Nest." It was quickly wrapped and packaged and bound for the Lake (Jake's parents).
Besides the one we purchased, Sign Language offers a plethora of signs in all shades of colors. Kathy also takes custom orders.
I'm planning on placing an order in the future for my youngest son's birthday. There is a quote by A.A. Milne which reads, "Promise me you'll always remember: you're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think." I think Mr. Milne wrote this for my son.
To contact Kathy about her signs, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Let her know you heard about her from Texas Homemaking!