to the meaning of life. Well, no.......not quite that hard a question. Here is the farm sign, painted using M. Heart's wonderful instructions re: making a stencil out of masking tape. Nevertheless, mine came out sort of sloppy. Youre supposed to make your letters on the computer. But the word processing program didn't enlarge the letters enough, so I used my hand made letters. NOW I realized I should have made squared letters, easier to cut. But anyway. Would you use this sign? Or do it over?
Here's the studio sign done the same way. This I'm okay with for some reason. I used regular acrylic paints on this as it will be inside the house, not outside in the weather.
Question #2. You didn't think you'd get off that easily did you? :) I've put screw eyes and wire on the backs of the wax collages and look, they do not rest against the wall, but way out. I tried tightening the wire but it does no good. I put the screws in 1/3 of the way down from the top as my framing book says to do. I've done this many times in the past and don't understand what I'm doing wrong. Do your paintings hang flat against the wall, or slant away from the wall like this? What am I doing wrong?