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Farmhouse style was made famous and mainstream by the HGTV show Fixer Upper. It seems lately that everywhere you look from magazines to social media and tv – farmhouse designs are there.
Whether you are looking to make a trendy farmhouse shirt, or a wood sign, or stationary – use this list of farmhouse sayings for crafters.
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Characteristics of Farmhouse Design
When you are crafting farmhouse related products – keep the designs simple and classic with the color palettes neutral and muted.
The farmhouse style is a nod to a time when life was simpler – and people lived with less.
Accent your product design photos with greenery, or antique props.
50+ Farmhouse Words & Sayings for Crafters
Home sweet home
Farm sweet farm
Be Humble and Kind
Live more, worry less
Meals & Memories Made Here
These are the good old days
Be our guest
Bless this farmhouse
Home sweet farmhouse
Bless this nest
Less is more
Kitchens are for gathering families
Joy comes with the morning
There’s no place like home
If you can be anything, be kind
Fresh farm (eggs, meat, chicken, etc)
Enjoy the little things
Happiness is homemade
Market fresh produce
Fresh baked goods
Faith, family, and farm life
Life is better on the (porch, swing, farm)
For this family, we are grateful
Fresh brewed coffee
Be still and know
Today is a good day for a good day
Do small things with great love
Home is where your herd is
Let’s stay home
Bible Verses as Farmhouse Decor
Bible verses also make great farmhouse decor. Read my discussion on copyrights and trademarks related to Bible verses.
Potential Trademark Infringements
Like all of the crafting inspiration lists on Cutting for Business, be sure to check for trademark conflicts before selling products with any saying.
More Crafting Inspiration
Since 2015, Christine Schinagl has been helping crafters start and run craft businesses through her blog, Cutting for Business. As a Silhouette and Cricut crafter herself, she has a unique take on what works and what doesn’t work in the craft business world. She also teaches a course on creating digital SVG designs, available at How to Design SVGs.