Craft Cuts & Sneak Peek of the Nursery
I am a huge fan of decorating with letters, especially in nurseries. I decided that I wanted to hang an "A" and an "M" for Allie and Macsen in their room above their beds and I had a very specific style in mind. I looked EVERYWHERE for letters that would work, but no craft stores had anything even close to what I wanted. Then my mom found and posted this website just for me on Pinterest. Craft Cuts.com has just about anything you could need when it comes to decorative lettering. They have…
The Flower of Life dot mandala on 8x8 canvas for Sale in Dallas, TX - OfferUp
New, sacred geometry dot mandala... "The Flower of Life" contains the patterns of creation as they emerged from the "Great Void". Everything is made from the Creator's thought. ... the piece is sealed for protection & special color schemes can be requested.... happy new years ￼ . Make an offer!;
DIY Wall Letters: 16 Awesome Projects! - Deja Vue Designs
DIY Wall Letters are a super popular home decor trend! Make your own with these 16 awesome projects from some very talented bloggers!
4th of July Front Door Decoration: DIY Project
My aunt asked me to make a door decoration for her and, coming from a long line of people-pleasing ladies, I obliged. I'm leaving today to go home for the 4th of July! Honestly, is there anything better on Earth than a Midwestern 4th of July?! Go "Merica!! Anyway, since I'm flying up there, I had to come up with something that would be easy to transport and I wanted something relatively easy to accomplish since I only had a few days. So, I decided on making a vintage-inspired (of course!)…
DIY Nursery Letters!
So, as Baby J's ETA draws closer, I am finding myself doing all sorts of fun DIY projects for the nursery. My favourite so far is the letters I am making to hang on her wall!! WHAT YOU NEED: Wood Letters- I got mine from Micheal's $4.95 each- but I had a 50% off entire purchase coupon! Sandpaper Modge Pogde Acrylic Paint Paint Brushes/ Sponge brush. Scrapbook Paper Step 1: Sand your letters & brush off extra crap. Step 2: Paint sides of letters with acrylic paint & let dry. I did 2 coats…