What every Fire Station needs..........

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EVERY Fire Station needs a fireman and a fire bell! 
Did you see my FIRE STATION post a few weeks ago?
 The Before and After even got a very nice feature over on
Apartment Therapy
Well I purchased the
Fire Bell with Red Lanyard - 4.5 pounds
Fire Suit!
Aeromax Jr. Fire Fighter Suit with Helmet, Size 4/6 - Tan

Aren’t they adorable!!
The station is almost complete!
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I also made a sign and added it to the bridge.
Here is what I used:
  • An old cedar fence picket ~{$1 at Home Depot}
  • cardboard letters~{ Hobby Lobby}
  • craft paint
  • silhouette cut outs.
{I used the same technique as my Farm Fresh Eggs sign.}
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First I laid everything out for proper spacing and to make sure I didn’t need to cut the picket
I gave the picket a coat of white paint.
After the paint was dry, I traced all the letters and cut outs.
Then I took a small brush and filled in with paint!
For my ‘fire’ I gave it 3 colors…
All traced and painted….took me less than an hour.
I purchased the fire emblem & flame in the Silhouette online store {99cents each}
Then typed the words FIRE DEPT. in the emblem and
cut it out on card stock.
Then on each end I used it as a stencil.
With a foam sponge I dabbed some white paint
and there you have it…….
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a perfect addition to my son’s Fire Station!
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Blythe said...

Wow! What a great project. Lucky little boy! Found you on Tip Junkie.

Diapered Daze and Knights said...

Over from Tip Me Tuesday. I love the sign...my boys are into fire houses too...we just threw a fire truck party for my 3 year old... http://diaperedknights.com/2012/03/15/and-the-fire-truck-party-finale/

Kendall said...

Looks great!


Tamsyn said...

I love these extra additions to the fire station. The whole thing is just perfect!

Babs said...

Adorable little fireman and what a fun place to play! I'll bet he loves it.

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