Enough said, right? Who doesn’t want a fun bathroom sign for the basics of bathroom etiquette? How about this cute Wash.Brush.Floss.Flush Bathroom Sign? Love it! This is a reminder for my sister’s 4 kiddos in their bathroom. She had a Goodwill cheap-o frame needing to be filled so I created the stencil for her with my vinyl cutter. She painted the stencil in 2… Read More »
I love this Father’s Day dad tile, it’s a classic quote just for that special man in your life. To the world you are a Dad, to our family you are The World. Enough said. Visit all of our Father’s Day ideas like our Father’s Day Bear Snacks, plus 10 more Father’s Day Printables and Ideas.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, time to gather ideas. I love this board I made for myself using my kid’s hand prints. They helped me so technically its from them, right?? I love this hand print board, mostly because it’s handmade (: DIY: Step #1: Paint board. Step #2: Using different paint colors, have your kids slap… Read More »
My sister wanted to dress up her large dining room wall without spending a lot of money. After pricing out tongue-and-groove wood at Home Depot, she knew she could easily create an EAT pallet sign to create dining room decor on the cheap! I cut EAT out of my vinyl and used the negative space to paint inside of it!… Read More »
HaLLoWEeN is just around the corner and fall break is here! Spend some time with your little monsters and create a festive cAnDy bOwL for trick–or–treaters, love this Halloween bat candy jar: MaTeRiALs nEeDEd: *planting pot *styrofoam ball *1/2 yd. black felt *black acrylic paint *white acrylic paint or paint pen *2- 12″ sparkle pipecleaner stems *2- googley eyes *hot… Read More »
We love us some Halloween decor and this little guy was a breeze to whip up! We used a standard fall wreath but gave it a spooky spin by adding some green and purple. Just tie it on to create your own trick or treat wreath sign. Supplies Needed: Fall Wreath Wood Plaque Acrylic Paint Assorted Fall Ribbon Vinyl Directions: Paint… Read More »