Ok. I got carried away! Calm-ly though. I started making a ‘Keep Calm & Crochet On’ – quote poster in Fall colors for my craft room. Then, I kept on going. Before long, I made a complete ‘keep calm gallery’ with almost 20 quote posters.
Wanna see? Here they are:
Keep Calm Gallery
Which one is your favorite?
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Yarn-lovers & Seamstresses
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Life-lovers
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Crafters & Decorators
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Chefs
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Dreamers
Keep Calm and Carry On – posters for Your Kids
You can simply frame the poster(s) of your choice and call it a day, but since there are so many of them, all in the same color and style, it makes sense to create your own private gallery with 4, 6 or 10 of them. If you have a showcase glass coffee table, you may wish to print a small set to line the table for a fun seasonal theme. Or, print them smaller again, glue them onto cork sheet and cover them with modpodge/varnish to waterproof them and give them some sheen. Those are just some of my ideas. Let me know in the comments below what you will be using it for.
I thought to share them with you here, free, for those of you who wish to sign up for my newsletter.
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Take your pick and be sure to pick and print the cheeriest ones of these ‘keep calm and carry on’- posters for your use.
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Origins of the Keep Calm Quotes
Just in case you wonder, the ‘keep calm and carry on’ quote poster was first made by the British government to boost the morale of its constituents at the onset of the second world war. At that time, the country was facing air raids by the Germans. The poster was however barely used at that time. It surfaced around 2000 in a bookshop. It sparked an interest as the quote could be placed into a fresh, new context. Hence, the poster was published then for commercial reasons, and it has been very popular since.
So, now you know.