"be gentle with yourself" hanging sign
Salvaged wood sign with faded florals and chippy paint. Part of the Kindness Signs series handmade at The Pip House.
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- International - £10.55
The "Kindness Signs" series has been designed to bring words of comfort and encouragement into your homes.
Galatians 5 v.22&23 says: "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control."
Words have the power to lift us up or drag us down. Inject some kindness into your home with this pretty hanging sign! A daily reminder to treat ourselves and others with kindness.
Also makes a great gift of encouragement for a friend or family member.
Measures approx. 12x23cm (excluding wire hanger)
Please note: Because my work is all handmade, your sign will have slight variations from that in the photographs.
The Pip House style is very much influenced by a love of old, time-worn houses; faded floral wallpapers, chipped paint and rusty nails.
Wherever possible, The Pip House uses reclaimed wood and recycled/recyclable packaging.
All products are designed and made by hand in the Midlands.
Meet the Maker
Handmade original reclaimed wood art by mixed media artist Pippa Fitzgerald. The Pip House explores and celebrates all that makes a house a home. This series features Christian inspired lyrics and bible verses. PLEASE NOTE: orders placed on Monday 14th may not make it for Christmas due to high demand on Royal Mail. Thanks for your patience xThrough her art, Pippa explores themes of Home, childhood memories, the changing seasons, and a love of old houses.
Originally gaining an Art Foundation at The Berkshire College of Art and Design, Pippa went on to graduate from Derby University with Fashion Studies BA(Hons). Always having had a desire to help others through creativity, Pippa was initially involved in the fair trade side of fashion. She changed course and settled into running creative social enterprises in the mental health arena. Taking redundancy over a decade later, Pippa saw the opportunity to develop as a full time artist, and now enjoys making and creating in between the school runs!
Pippa's desire and motivation is to use her artwork to offer an opportunity for reflection of the past, to inspire and bring joy into the present, and make a connection on a deeper level.
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