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Question – Can anyone suggest a creative sign-in board/book for my son’s upcoming Bar Mitzvah?

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14 Responses to “Mom To Mom Advice – Sign-In Question”

  1. Roberta says:

    Balloons by Brian made us a book with an acrylic mirrored front.

  2. Alyson says:

    We found a great mirror at Homegoods and had our decorator create a vinyl decal for my daughter’s name & date. Guests used colorful paint pens that really popped! Looks great in her room over her bed.

  3. Sheri says:

    We created the sign-in board ourselves! We bought a box of adhesive wood-like floor boards at Home Depot and created a 30 x 36 inch floor. It was glued to a piece of plywood. We drew in the lines and found mini basketball hoops and balls on-line to complete the look. Total cost = $46.00

  4. Randi says:

    This is one of the acrylic letters that I am selling for the sign in. They are 3ft tall and come in 1 dimension or 3 dimension. There are also grommets in the back to hang on the wall.

  5. Randi says:

    I sell acrylic letters. They come in 1 dimensional or 3 dimensional. They are 3 feet tall and have grommets on the back to hang on the wall. Think of it as being a piece of artwork that will follow them to the dorm to their first apartment.

  6. Ellen says:

    A colorful locker is always fun and a great keepsake for years to come!

  7. Jane Sheinfeld says:

    Hi everyone! We make really cool signin pillows. We take your invitation or your logo (or your child’s name or a phrase) and make a huge floor pillow out of it. (We can also make a bed/sofa pillow if you prefer.) Your guests can either sign a finished pillow or the fabric for the pillow front can be mounted onto a board for the party and made into a pillow afterwards. Please visit our vendor page on Mitzvah Market, or go to http://www.thepiecedpalette.com/floor.html to see examples. (We have also been featured in several Mitzvah Market emails and writeups, so you can search for us with the site’s search bar (type in The Pieced Palette or the word “pillow”). Or email info@thepiecedpalette.com for more information.

    -Jane Sheinfeld, The Pieced Palette

  8. Anne says:

    We had a graffiti artist paint a bench that was used a my daughter’s sign-in. It’s now in her room.

  9. allison says:

    A friend of mine took her son’s door off of his room. Everyone signed the back of the door and they hung it back up in his room!

    • Darlene says:

      I think it was my son’s spotlight (when Mitzvah Market first launched) that was the first to feature this idea. I must give credit to my Mom. I’m so happy to know it’s been used over and over by other families!

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