Angie from Knick of Time has long loved the look of enamel signs. When she couldn’t seem to win one in a giveaway or afford to purchase her own, Angie found a way to make her own with cardstock and glass glaze. Angie’s signs have the look of enamel, and you can make several of […Read More]
I know we all love a quick and simple knock-off that costs practically nothing, and this project from The Knock-Off Crafter is just that! The crafty lady behind this site knew she could easily make her own chalkboard clips, especially when she already had chalkboard paint on hand. All it took was some dollar store clothespins and little wooden rectangles from the craft store to create these cute little clips that make labeling a breeze.
Michelle from Chalkboard Blue built this cubby system inspired by a hotel front desk organizer that is perfect for storage and display. The original inspiration came from a cubby organizer from Pottery Barn, but Michelle put her own spin on the design. This is so cute for the holidays. I love how Michelle used the cubbies as an advent this past Christmas!
Ashlee from Two Naps By Noon really liked the chalkboard feature of some jars she saw at Pier 1. However, Ashley wanted her labels to be removable so she could wash the jars. That’s where some chalkboard paper and a large paper punch came in handy. Ashlee simply cut out her desired shapes and then popped them onto some pantry containers. Of course, these are great for basic labeling, but I love the idea of using them to remember cooking times and instructions too! Brilliant!
Connie at Connie Nikiforoff Designs purchased an inexpensive soap and lotion set from Big Lots and made them look like a pricey set from Williams-Sonoma by simply creating new labels on her computer. The personalized touch adds a little something special and also makes for a great gift idea! Connie was inspired by the Williams-Sonoma Essential […Read More]
Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Happy gave a dark bookshelf a “light and airy” look with some chalk paint. This was also the perfect opportunity for Jaime to incorporate tag holders and get that library card catalogue feel that she adores. Jaime totally rocked it with her décor. I am loving the vintage vibe, especially that […Read More]
Angie from The Country Chic Cottage created her own apothecary jars with empty glass containers and some labels she designed on her computer. (And guess what? She has kindly made the printable available at her site.) Angie rubbed on a little brown ink on the labels with a paper towel before adhering them to the […Read More]