Here's the lockup. It took a while to puzzle together because the type is odd-sized and some of the corners aren't square. The lines aren't straight but it's pretty close. Even if I wanted to use one font I don't have enough of any of the fonts to fill out all the letters I needed.
The wood type really shows you where you missed the ink. (Or the type is low.) I meant to keep running copies without inking before I finished, just to get that old-fashioned distressed look, but I forgot. Plus I ran out of paper... Here's some copies:
And a close-up of probably the best copy:
There are some problems. The letters aren't straight - "pottery" has kind of a tilt to it. I need more space between "girl" and "pottery" but I really didn't have room in the chase to add much more, but I should have added what I could. I could have brought "dirty" down so it was closer to "girl" but the "y" extends down so far I would have had to push it up above the line. And the centering is off. What else? The curl in the "y" doesn't show up well because it's broken and been repaired with a couple of small nails. I guess I could have packed some paper under that spot.
But since I'm just fooling around I don't feel too guilty. The best part is probably the funky "r" in "Girl."