Thursday, September 13, 2012

Painted Letter Q's

I love the letter "Q"!  It's quirky and fun! 
And because of the letter Q,  I painted my favorite sign!.   I know I say that all the time, but this time I really mean it.  I'm so excited to show you!   Close your eyes!  I'm gonna count to three and do a grand reveal!   Woo hoo!  One!   Two!  (no peaking!)   Three!


See!   Look how cool this!   I like the leafy painted background on this!

16" x 19"

 I'm not sure how I feel about this eye chart sign.   I like it and I don't like it.   But I think the words are cool!
18" x 32"

8 3/4" x 32"
 16" x 15"  
I like this one a lot but I have a few personalized orders to finish before I put this on Etsy.  How handy that our Grandson's name starts with the letter "Q"!
No stencils.   No stickers.  Handpainted with my own layout.

And because I'm still saving up for a new bicycle, each picture is linked to Etsy.   Simply click on the picture to go visit!

You can see other signs in this series by clicking on 'Painted
Alphabet' in my sidebar.

 To visit other links to the letter "Q",  just click here.

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Ms. A said...

I love everything you've ever done!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said...

These are all lovely!! You are so talented!

w said...

especially love the quinn sign! no stencils or stickers = you're so awesome.

Naperville Now said...

fabulous! and so true. (have you read Tolstoy and the Purple Chair?)

anitamombanita said...

Another set of amazing signs. I just love these and we've had sooo many compliments on ours already! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love the first sign! Of course, the one for Quinn is adorable too.

storybeader said...

they are all real cute! The eye chart is my favorite! Good idea about personalized orders on Etsy!{:-D

Judie said...

If I tried to paint signs like you my letters would be all messy and different sizes. Kind of like my body from year to year.

Here is my address:

223 Cinder Hill Drive
Brunswick, GA. 31523

I am posting it here so you won't have to wade through 700 emails to find it. Mwahahahahahaha!!

Ames said...

Aww I love the Quinn's sign!~Ames

Annesphamily said...

You are so talented! I do love that Quinn sign! My friend Eric has a son Quinn. They named him from the song "The Mighty Quinn" sung by Mayfred Mann and written by Bob Dylan!
I am always happy to see you here. What fun we have!
Hugs Anne

Gattina said...

I like that I should not look at what I see but what I (bold) see ! That happens to me especially when I see a Modern Art exposition, 4 cushions nailed on a plank ! What should I see ?

Splendid Little Stars said...

The Quinn sign--very cool!
so many questions--that's me these days....
I LOVE the book sign--the words, the colors, the everything!
not what you look at, but what you see--so profound.

Busy Bee Suz said...

You are so flipping talented! I love them all; especially the eye chart!

myletterstoemily said...

your signs and their sentiments are lovely.
reminded me of a song i used to sing with
my little ones, "be careful little eyes, what
you see . . . "

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

'Q'uite impressive Miss Jenny!!!

I've just visited your etsy store and I'm 'q'uite impressed. I'm kind of a sign freak myself.

God bless and have a 'q'uiet 'q'uirky kinda day!!!

(Hey I turned 60...where's that foot cream? Heeehehehehe!!! Sorry, I couldn't help myself!

Jim said...

I like them all, Jenny. :)
My favorite is the quiet book reading one.

I was going to ask you what you do with your older letter signs but now I know. I had visions of a couple of rooms full in your house.
I will have to visit etsy.

Lmkazmierczak said...

Quite the collection...Quality signs all♫♪

Susan Anderson said...

I love ALL of these!


The Poet said...

My dear Jenny,
I am waiting for you to paint..."I love you" on my heart (LOL)!!. Great job as always my dear and SWEET friend!

~✽Mumsy✽~ said...

I love all your hand painted signs, and the colors combination of them!

Pat Tillett said...

Once again, wow! These are so good, that you REALLY should be selling them at a local craft fair (or something like that).

Catherine said...

These are fabulous - but Quinn's is surely the best of them all. xo