Cursive & Printed Words

December 14th, 2015 · 2 Comments

They say today’s youth will not know how to write in cursive.  These Surprise, Arizona sellers made sure to teach cursive to their kids.

chalk paint on kitchen cabinet doors words printed in cursive Surprise Arizona home house for sale photo

They used chalkboard paint on the kitchen cabinet doors.

chalk paint on kitchen cabinet doors words printed in cursive Surprise Arizona home house for sale photo

Tags: Cabinets · Kitchen · Surprise, AZ Homes

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  • 1 TR // Dec 15, 2015 at 8:00 pm

    I think this has irritated me more than all the others combined. You would have to be sitting on the floor to write or draw–and even then the angle wouldn’t be good. So it doesn’t have any purpose except to be pretentiously precious. And everything is written twice–like New York, New York? I also see there are no upper cabinets, leaving everything to collect the inevitable dust. Someone will probably love it and buy it, but it just looks like a silly decorating magazine project to me. Grrrrr.

  • 2 jimmy rustled // Feb 6, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    or someone with early Alzheimer’s trying to live on there own or a family member put words there to help them out?

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