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Hello Word Sign

Slippin' Southern

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Hello Word Sign
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Product Information

Made of:

Southern pine plywood

Size:

16.5"W x .5"D x 4.75"H

Weight:

1 lb

Finish:

swamp green

Why We Love This

A friendly greeting so perfect, nothing more is needed. Features a swamp green distressed paint finish with a keyhole in back for quick and easy hanging.

Why We Love This

A friendly greeting so perfect, nothing more is needed. Features a swamp green distressed paint finish with a keyhole in back for quick and easy hanging.

About Slippin' Southern

Slippin’ Southern has revived the art of handcrafted wood signs, with a collection that blends charmingly modern shapes and phrases with vintage-style finishes. Artist Gregory Morris, a former art director and creative director, mines his Southern roots for inspiration, and the results are undeniably winsome.