Sunday, December 19, 2010

It's a Sign!

How many times do you look for the signs of Love? Throughout my life, people have always told me that "when you know, you know." It wasn't until I met my husband that I found this strange advice to be in fact, true.

Vintage signs hold a special place in my heart. I Love the history, artwork, and nostalgia in every piece. I have incorporated vintage, advertisement signs throughout our home. Here are some pictures of ones in our collection, as well as ones that I have come across in my treasure hunting adventures and regretted not bringing home.


Our Antiques Sign. I Love the classic simplicity of black on white.

I have always dreamt of being an actress, but definitely not this kind. None the less, I Love this sign! 
Showtime! Isn't it always . . . so much fun!?

I purchased this sign in honor of our son James. He is in Love with Milk.

I am pretty certain Cynthia can tell you a lot about Love. 
I was nostalgic when I saw this gorgeous sign at the Long Beach Flea Market. 
Wouldn't this amazing sign be the perfect gift for the vintage loving Dad on your list?
My very first Love. Our Rancho Flower Market sign was the first sign I ever brought home. 
It is an inspiration for my Love of vintage. 

What signs do you look for in Love? 
xoxo

12 comments:

  1. HI Samamtha!
    Just found your blog! THis was a cute post!
    Beth

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  2. i love the dads rootbeer sign!! cute signs!

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  3. I love your signs! The flower market one is to due for!

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  4. I love your signs. For some reason I don't pay attention to signs but after seeing that rancho flower one I am going to be on the lookout for one for myself :) found you through Freckled laundry

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