Good Fortune Hex Signs - Wise Craft Handmade
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Good Fortune Hex Signs

Good Fortune hex sign

Good Fortune hex sign

Good Fortune hex sign

Good Fortune hex sign

Good Fortune hex sign

 
I needed something inspiring, colorful, and reasonably quick to do this weekend, so I painted a few new Pennsylvania Dutch-inspired good fortune hex signs. If you’ve been reading this space for a while, you may remember I became pretty enamored with Pennsylvania Dutch Hex signs a while back (this one is living with my good friends in Portland). I still love them. These are small, only 4″ x 4″ canvases. (Just as a sidenote- somebody should really write a craft book on the millions of things you can do with those 4″ x 4″ canvases.)
I glued ribbons to the backs for hanging or attaching them to a holiday package.
We are looking forward to a fun Thanksgiving with good friends. Posting will be sparse here on the blog this week, but will be posting on Instagram. Happy Thanksgiving Day to everyone who is taking part.