This rustic Cajun sign has "FAIS DO-DO" hand-printed letterpress on one side with a vintage font and ornamental border. "Go to Sleep" translation as in get the crying baby to sleep so I can get back to dancin'. The traditional stage at New Orleans Jazz Fest is called the Fais Do-Do stage. The back of this sign has space to write, address & stamp it. Your post office can let you know actual postage if you want to send this through the mail.
Early Cajun musician Edwin Duhon of the Hackberry Ramblers has said, "She'd go to the cry room, give the baby a nipple and say, 'Fais do-do.' She'd want the baby to go to sleep fast, 'cause she's worried about her husband dancing with somebody else out there." - Wikipedia
Stick it up on your fridge or give as a gift, suitable for framing.
This listing is just for FAIS DO-DO but you can collect all 4 Cajun cards at discount - shown in the last photo
Printed in turquoise ink on 100% post consumer recycled paper - no trees are cut down to make this paper - it has a rough texture and is a kraft brown bag color... Good for you and good for the environment. Ships flat.