Pitbull Silhouette Wall Hanging- Made to Order


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Dog Silhouette Wall Hanging, made to order, mainly from reclaimed wood.

Ships From: United States (US)

Made By: Lost Upon A Time
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Product Description

(This silhouette is made to order. By using salvaged wood, each of my pieces have their own unique character. Therefore your actual silhouette will not look EXACTLY like this.)

This Pitbull / Staffordshire Bull Terrier silhouette is made from salvaged wood with a past. Like a rescued pup, it has it’s quirks and unique charm. Each board reacts to the saw and color treatment differently. This results in art that’s one-of-a-kind; just like your own dog.

The photos above are merely examples of what’s available. I’m happy to work with colors you choose. I’ll verify your color selection before creating your piece.


Though each Am Staff sign is unique, they measure roughly 22 x 20 inches. They are 1.5″ deep.


Each cutout’s weight varies greatly, depending on the wood I have available. Because I use reclaimed wood, my selection is constantly changing. However, the pitbull silhouettes generally run 10-13 lbs.

•Your sign will arrive ready to hang. I use heavy duty wire and d-rings, and on the backside, each corner has clear bumper pads. (Because no one wants dings in their wall.) And it is sealed with a matte finish, to protect it from wear and dust.

I ship using FedEx and USPS. Please message me for a shipping quote.

Would you like this silhouette in a different color scheme? Or maybe you’re thinking of a different shape altogether? I take custom orders all the time! Please message me with your thoughts. I’d love to create something for you.


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I’ve always been a maker. A love for color, texture and an illustrative style mark my work. I love using materials that have a history to create a larger piece that tells it’s own story. Patina is a good thing. So are coffee beans and dog hair. Unless they’re together.

I work from my basement studio out in the farm country of West Michigan.