Since the first of the year I’ve been spending a lot of time in the wood room. Cutting, glueing, nailing and creating all kinds of awesome (check out my instagram you’ll see what I’m talking about!). Today I have one of my new favourite signs to share, a Lucky Gold Horseshoe Sign.
I thought this was quite fitting to share this little painted sign being March and all the luck floating around, and St. Patrick’s Day in only a few days.
I found inspiration for this Lucky Gold Horseshoe Sign from a wedding suite I seen on Instagram from Events In The City (you have to check out all their beautiful weddings and events). The colors were beautiful and I had some horseshoes lying around from when I created a Lucky Pallet Sign and an Irish Clover Sign a while back.
Isn’t the place setting so pretty?! I loved the idea of using a banner on my sign, but didn’t think a paper or ribbon one would quite work with the dimension and weight of the horseshoe. So I cut one out with my handy dandy scroll saw.
The banner is made up of 5 different banners layered on top of one another. I filled in the edges with filler and applied a coat of paint.
I cut out the ‘lucky’ using the Silhouette and gold vinyl. It looks much neater than if I had tried to paint it.
I’m in love with my new Lucky Gold Horseshoe Sign, a pretty little St. Pat’s decoration that will last throughout the seasons. Plus give you a reminder to be thankful for all the lucky little things in your life! Why do you feel lucky?
Check out these other St. Pat’s Horseshoe signs