With school starting up, I know this is the time of year when we are all trying to get organized and back into a routine. For me, that includes being more on top of my meal planning. Tasha at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body created this adorable Anthropologie-inspired weekly menu planner and is sweet [...Read More]
Love the look of typewriter key art? Laura from Hand-Me-Down Mom Genes is making it super easy for you to get the stylish look of Pottery Barn’s wall art with basically no work. Laura has free high-resolution downloads of all the letters available on her site, so you can print in any size with fab [...Read More]
When Laura from Inspiration for Moms discovered a tandem bike art print from Pottery Barn, she loved the design, but the color scheme didn’t match her bathroom decor. She decided to create her own using a couple of online graphics and photo editing program. Laura says, “What I got was a tandem masterpiece for 60% less than the price of Pottery Barn, and it matches perfectly!”
There’s not much that melts a Grandma’s heart like her grandchildren, and most grandmas will go gaga for a gift personalized with their names. Last year I created this framed wall art for my mother-in-law for Mother’s Day. At Infarrantly Creative I walk you through the process to make your own custom printable using a free online program. I promise it is super quick and easy and sure to bring a smile to Grandma or Mom’s face!
Michelle of Chalkboard Blue loved the idea of Pottery Barn’s vintage Bingo card wall art. However, Michelle took the idea a step further for the holidays and created a countdown calendar in the same form. Michelle mod podged her print onto sheet metal so the board is magnetic, and the ornament can be moved around to count down the days until Christmas. I am a game lover, so this is right up my alley. Too cute!
Whenever Casey and Bridget of DIY Playbook get together, coffee is usually part of the equation. So it was only fitting the duo was drawn to a piece of framed coffee art from Z Gallerie. All it took was a little work in Microsoft Publisher and a pot of coffee to create the coffee rings, and Casey and Bridget had their own version for FREE! They framed the prints, which are now welcome additions in their kitchens.