Giveaway: Bainbridge Farm Goods Sign

February 28, 2014

I have been a fan of Bainbridge Farm Goods for quite a while. This is not the first time we have had the opportunity to pair up with Susan and her fabulous company for a giveaway. Susan’s signs are simply gorgeous. Her signs have been featured in House and Home Magazine, Mary Jane’s Farm Magazine, and she was a finalist in Martha Stewart’s Made in America Awards.Β Bainbridge Farm Goods signs are waterproof, UV resistant and mounted on heavy duty aluminum -think street sign durability! Her signs feature dogs, horses, goats, bees, chickens, eggs, flowers, veggies and berries and all products are made in the USA on Bainbridge Island, Washington.

These are some of my favorites!

Enter below to win your choice of any sign
from Bainbridge Farm Goods.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway ends on 3/8/14 at 12 am EST. Winner will be notified via email. Item ships to a US address only.

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83 thoughts on “Giveaway: Bainbridge Farm Goods Sign”

  1. and I should have noted that if I won a sign, it would have to be "Be the black sheep" πŸ™‚ although I LOVE the chicken signs, and it is tempting to get a bee sign. I WILL have bees one day! Pam

  2. I think I might like the Honey Bees At Work sign, as an inspiration to get started on bee keeping and as a deterrent to those who might want to steal my eggs…..

  3. I love all these signs , and would love any of them! Just Adorable!! I have a new little shop coming, for the Fried Green Aprons. It is a little wooden shed with a tin roof, this would be the perfect accent on the outside!

  4. I am love with signs. THank you for bringing them to our attention, and I would be the happiest girl EVER to win one. I love the Fresh Eggs From Happy Chickens sign, and it matches perfectly the colors in my kitchen!

  5. How cute! We have chickens and some honeybees are on the way. Definitely checking out Bainbridge Farm Goods website!

  6. Love all of these so much! I have chickens, bees, and grow a lot of veggies and cut flowers so any of these would be perfect, then it would be so hard to decide where to hang it chicken coop, garden, roadside stand, bee yard… I can see myself ordering a couple of these in the near future πŸ™‚ Thanks for the giveaway.

  7. I like the "Fresh Eggs Sign 12” x 18” Blue Pastel"!
    (sure hope I don't have to leave my e-mail, the last time I did I started getting lots of spam…)

    Amanda Lea

  8. I like the "5 mph chickens/dogs at play" because both apply, I dream of alpaca farming and that sign is adorable too, but I think I would have to settle on the Fresh Eggs for sale because I could post it at the end of our long driveway. ~Amanda Airlift Acres Family Farm, Cabot, Arkasas

  9. These sign are wonderful, artsy and so cute! I believe I would choose the 'fresh eggs = happy chickens'. I spread the word of how fulfilling keeping backyard chickens is along with passing out delicious fresh eggs to my friends and coworkers.

  10. So many pretty signs. The sign I ordered a few years ago is still as bright and colorful as the day I put it up. I think I need either a Casa de Pollos or a Goats at Play sign … hard to choose one favorite

  11. I just discovered your blog from the BH&G Awards contenders. I'll definitely be back! I love the fresh eggs from happy chickens signs.

  12. The signs are all so cute! The 5 mph Chickens At Play is my favorite! Thank you for offering such a great giveaway.

  13. I love farm signs and have a few but none of these. My brother use to live on Bainbridge and I live on Whidbey Island so I appreciate the link to Bainbridge Farm Goods. Thanks

  14. It would be hard to pick one, but I do like the Farm Fresh Blueberry sign. That's something I haven't seen anywhere else and I love the colors.

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