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Tracy's Scrappin' Barn - Rural Advertising

Scrappin’ do you do it? Initially when I saw this sign advertising Tracy’s Scrappin’ Barn, I thought quilts, but now I’m wondering if it might be scrap booking. Advertising small home businesses anywhere can be creative and ‘crafty,’ but here an old perhaps unused utility trailer fills the bill nicely, displaying a large plywood sign. I love the practicality and ingenuity of it!

Thanks for joining me today, for the view that is right here! ~ Madge

Sharing with ‘Rural Thursday Blog Hop #11.’

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22 Responses to Scrappin’

  • I wonder if it is just scraps of this and that. I vote for you checking it out! 😉

  • Hmmm, it could be scrap booking, but it could also be fighting, like a fight club! LoL! or scrap metal & Tracy could be a guy, ya never know… turn left to go see & get a few shots of the barn, too! heheheee =0

  • Love how you processed this photo!

  • Perhaps scaps of wood from and old barn for picture frames, bird houses and other DIY projects.

  • I do scrap and quilt, this sign really makes me want to visit this shop.

  • I add my vote to you checking it out more…interest piqued

  • love that billboard.

  • Don’t know about the sign, but I’d have taken the shot just for the old beat-up trailer. Great!

  • That is a great sign…love that red! Hope you investigated. I think it’s quilts but hope you keep us posted. AND loved that crab boat. What a great photo opp!

  • Great shot and a wonderful sign. . .but it just doesn’t feel like scrapbooking to me. It seems to say more about recycled and reusable odds and ends (including the trailer) — scrapped junk. I’d have to check it out just because it looks so interesting. Whatever the barn holds, it no doubt would be fun.

  • hummm it could be anything. a sign is not to good for business if we can’t tell what the business is. love the photo, let us know if you find out what it does

  • That old trailer is a dandy!

  • Isn’t that creative??? Love that little trailer, too!

  • I would definitely stop…that’s an intriguing (although ambiguous) sign.
    Great photo processing.
    (This may be a duplicate comment; I received a 404 error the first time)

  • What a wonderful old wagon.

  • Cool shot, Madge! And isn’t that a clever way to advertise. Love your Lady Alaska shot…I like the perspective and the dramatic sky.

  • I’m guessing your photo, which you made look like a painting, does that sign great justice, LOL!

  • LOVE the rustic primitive feel of this!
    Wonderful composition!

  • What a great photo! I vote for a scrapbooking shop:) Love all of your wonderful photographs of our little slice of paradise here in the Pacific Northwest!

  • Happy easter weekend Madge…….beautiful pictures again….love from Holland….xxx…

  • Looks like a relatively new sign — I would have had to check it out!

    Thank you so much for sharing at Rural Thursdays, Madge. Have a wonderful weekend!

  • what a great idea. so different. it is a great hobby for folks around here. Micheal’s is full of the scrap booking items. wish i would have thought of that idea. i would be a millionaire by now. (:

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