Sign for parents' cabin

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    I actually made this sign for my parents' cabin in 2008 but just saw it again this weekend for the first time in over 5 years. Something that has always worried me about the sign was that I glued the border trim on around the whole perimeter and left nothing for expansion/contraction. In this case at least, it doesn't seem to matter as those miters seem to be about the same as the day I made it.

    The sign is about 14" square and made of white oak. My wife helped me design the stencil which I printed out onto stiff paper, cut out with an Exacto knife, and then sprayed with black spray paint. Then it was all covered with spray on poly.

    Paul

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  • #2
    Looks great!
    Loring in Katy, TX USA
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    • #3
      A testament to your great choice of wood. Wonderful execution by the way!
      just another brick in the wall...

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      • #4
        Outstanding!

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