Reduce You And Your Family Into 8 Bit Family Signs – Design You Trust

Reduce You And Your Family Into 8 Bit Family Signs

Whether your family loves video games or not, I’m sure you’ll love to turn your whole family into cute 8-bit images. These custom-made family signs were created by Mozug Woodworking.

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Each sign is laser-cut from baltic birch plywood, and features your family name prominently in a chunky, pixelated 8-bit font. Above that, you’ll get pixel people representing each of the members of your family. They feature a decorative zig-zag border in contrasting stain, with built in hanging holes at the top.

They’re available in two sizes – about 100 square inches or 200 square inches – the outside dimensions vary depending on the number of letters in your family name and the number of family members. Prices range from $54 to $80, and you can order yours on Etsy. They also make matching coasters and fridge magnets, which can be engraved with the names of family members.

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