Wood, like all natural materials, has inherent disparities in color and grain pattern.
Because of variations caused by nature, over which we have no control, stain/paint
colors may vary from those portrayed on the website.
Painted wood, especially pine, can have what is known as Bleed Through, a discoloration in the paint surface. It is the tannins and resins in the wood trying to escape, typically at knots.
All signs have what is called a keyhole slot milled into the backside.
This is used to hang on a fastener (nail, screw, etc.) you have inserted into your wall.
Because plywood is used, there may be voids visible on the edges of products.
All pieces are lightly sanded and may have some raised grain on their corners and/or edges.
Brad nails may be used to hold parts as the glue dries and tiny holes may be visible in the face of some parts