Sunday, May 6, 2012

La Fabuleux Tea Room Sign

I'm not really sure what La Fabuleux means in French (note to self: Google it!) but whatever it means, I used it on this wood sign for my tea room:
I had one sheet of graphite paper left and since it was raining on and off all day yesterday, I decided to use it for this little sign.
I bought this image off of Etsy a year or so ago and I simply love it.  After painting my wood plaque white, I used the graphite paper to trace the graphic onto it.  I had one little oopsie with the 'b' in Fabuleux but I can live with it.
Once I was finished tracing, I sanded it down to give it an aged look and did one coat of poly spray to seal it.  Then I added the fleur de lis wood pieces and two little pink rhinestones to give it a touch of color.  I don't know about you but now I'm in the mood for tarts, napoleons and cheesecake.  Too bad it's Sunday!

Linking to Faded Charm: White Wednesday.



sissie said...

Ahhh, this is so sweet. I'm gonna go look up the words right now on babble fish.


acorn hollow said...

I love it and I have not clue what it says.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Great graphic. That will look sweet in your tea room.

Patti said...

It simply means "fabulous"...and this cute little sign is certainly fabulous!!

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Beautiful! Love the addition of the rhinestones -- really sets it off!

Rebecca said...

LOVE it girlfriend. Oh my gosh...WW is making SWOOOOOON this week! You done GOOD!


Eileen @ Cottage Beach House said...

yes it is so fabulous, so cute.

✿ⒹⒺⒺ✿@ A Lapin Life said...

The Fabulous is Fabulous! :)


Lorraine said...

C'est fabuleux!! It's fabulous! :) Lorraine

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Your sign came out so well, it is
simply adorable, and yes, some pastries sound pretty good to me too.

blessing, Nellie

Barbara Jean said...