Summer, Sunshine, & Signs
Summer is officially here and we couldn’t be more excited! While we enjoy each season in its own right, we can’t deny our love for days that last a little longer, warmer temperatures and evenings full of dinner alfresco. In celebration of summer, we’ve compiled a round-up of our favorite Joyfully Said Signs that are great for summer.
This sign, featuring a quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson and part of our Living In Yellow collection, epitomizes summer fun.
New to our sign collection, this sign is graphically pleasing and fun wrapped into one 2’ x 2’ sign. Available in various color combinations, there’s certainly one perfect for your walls.
The nautical feel of this sign along with the fact we love those days where we have nowhere to go or nowhere to be makes this sign the perfect summer decor option.
Summertime is a great time for a grand adventure, which is why we’ve added this sign to our summer round-up.
While we’re always advocates of living life well, we’re certainly advocates of living your summer life well. Also, the floral graphic adds an extra pop of summer to your walls. Plus, it is available in our Ready-To-Ship collection - while inventory lasts.
For some of us, summer signals more activity (or, perhaps better said, chaos ;) ) around the house than during the school year. "Jesus take the wheel" might be exactly the reminder you need hanging in your home to give you a chuckle and ask God for the strength and patience you need to care for your lively crew. In fact, several of our metal rounds fit the bit pretty well, whether it be "Grace over perfection," "Coffee for president," or maybe just the classic "Welcome home." Metal rounds can be hung both inside and out, making them a great option for your outdoor living spaces!
Or maybe there’s another one of our signs that says “summer” to you! Take a look through all of our sign options and if you happen to hang one on your wall, we’d love to see it! You can share your photo with us on social media by tagging @JoyfullySaidSigns on Instagram or using #JSSHome.