I quit growing flowers years ago.
Not because I don’t enjoy them (because I do), but they just haven’t made the cut on the project list lately…
“Tyranny of the urgent” is a concept with which I’ve become intimately familiar over the last few years… In the midst of fencing and gardening and tending animals and preserving, anything that mainly just serves the purpose of “being pretty” usually doesn’t make my list.
I have visions of the day when I’ll be able to focus a bit more on the athestics of my homestead (I’m seeing flower gardens and landscaping galore…), but in the meantime, I’ll focus on beautification measures that don’t take as much labor (and water) to maintain. Like this gorgeous, full-color metal farm signs. *swoon*
When I received my package from Bainbridge Farm Goods, my heart went pitter-patter, and I couldn’t wait to hang my signs up in the barn and coop. They fit my homesteader-style to a tee.
These beautiful, high-quality signs are waterproof, UV resistant and mounted on heavy duty aluminum — think street sign durability! They are perfect for decoration, or for sprucing up your farm offerings of fresh eggs, organic veggies, or homegrown honey. And yes– they make FANTASTIC gifts!
Win a Sign from Bainbridge Farms!
I’ve been working with Bainbridge Farm Goods and am ecstatic to be able to give one of my lucky readers a sign of their choice. (Winner may pick either a 9″ x 12″ sign OR a 9″ round sign OR a T-Shirt)
You’ll want to go to the website to check out all the different offerings (they have something for everyone! Dog lovers, horse lovers, chicken keepers, egg peddlers, farmstands, beekeepers, and more!) and then come back here and tell us what your favorite sign was. Simply use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter:
Giveaway ends November 20th, 2014. Winner will be contacted via email. No purchase necessary to win. International entries ARE allowed! 🙂
This post was sponsored by Bainbridge Farm Goods. I was thrilled to pieces when they contacted me and I couldn’t wait to work with them! I love spending my hard-earned dollars with companies like Bainbridge Farm Goods who produce high-quality, American-made products.