I made the restroom sign first. My mother-in-law thought they would need a large restroom sign so that people would be able to see it from anywhere in the room. The letters are from Cricut Keystone and cut at 2 3/4." The man/woman signs are from Going Places and cut at 2 1/2." This sign really did work, you could definitely see it better than the little sign on the wall.
There was a door prize drawing every half an hour at the show, so I made a sign for that table. I used the tickets, cut at 4," from Fabulous Finds and then doodled around the edges to give them a little more dimension. The lettering is from Pooh Font Set and I welded it together. Both this sign and the restroom sign are mounted on black foamcore board.
I made two of these welcome signs, one for each entrance to the church. I also made arrows for the sign, but left them off because I didn't know which way they needed to point. When the signs were set up someone attached the arrows where they needed to be. This other sign was for the landing on the stairs. The landing has three or four classrooms so we wanted people to continue on downstairs, which is why I made this sign. I used Hannah Montana for the "welcome;" Stone Script for the "quilt show," and Country Life for the quilt and thread. I used Learning Curve for "book sale" and Everyday Paper Dolls for the book. I cut two of all of these for the two welcome signs. I used George and Basic Shapes for the "downstairs in the fellowship hall." The rest of the stuff I cut for these signs was cut three times. I used Gypsy Font for "craft sale" and Locker Talk for the scissors; Lovely Floral for "bake sale" and Everyday Paper Dolls for the cake; Ashlyn's Alphabet for "coffee cafe" and Lyrical Letters for the coffee cup; and Cricut Keystone for "restrooms" and Going Places for the man/woman sign.
I made four of these little 12"x12" signs for the book sale. They were just posted on the wall around where the books were being sold. I used All Mixed Up for "paperback," Don Juan for "hardcover," and Ashlyn's Alphabet for "antique." There was also a little coffee area for people to get something to eat and drink. Someone else had cut the "Coffee Cafe," but I knew that it was the Ashlyn's Alphabet font so I also cut "beverages" and "food" with that font and I used the icon feature for the coffee urn and cup. I used Sans Serif for to make the rest of the sign.
I heard that my signs received a lot of attention and I got a lot of compliments on them. :)