Road signs, street signs and traffic signs I thought all belonged on the roads, streets and helping with traffic. But my neighbor seems to believe they belong on the walls of his garage. I noticed a couple of days ago he had a railroad crossing sign, a speed limit sign and his newest a yield sign. I began to wonder how he got the signs.
I remember many years ago a few of my friends took out our street sign. I kept thinking why on earth would anyone want a street sign anyways. He later added it to his collection in his game room, it appeared he had many other street signs. I kept wondering if he bought any of them or if he ripped them from the ground like he had his newest sign.
Later when my son was a toddler he loved hot wheels (die-cast cars), and I decorated his room with everything to do with cars, traffic signs, and street signs. All the signs I had made myself from felt, cloth and cardboard.
Last week I was talking to a girl friend, and how she wants to decorate her son’s room with cars etc. But she didn’t want to make all the signs etc. So I decided to help her look for things online. Google my bestie helped. I found a site that sells all kinds of signs, from traffic, street, custom designs and road signs. I sent her the website the other day, she was so excited that she didn’t have to make them all.
I wished I had thought of looking on Google years ago when I did my sons room, it would have been so much easier to buy some of them. I guess it’s alright because I enjoyed making them. So if your little guy or girl loves all things cars, don’t forget to check online for places that sell the signs.