Jen from House of Wood recently had the joy of seeing her baby sister get married and even completed a few DIYs for the big day. She had been noticing light-up marquees in home decor catalogs, and her sis asked Jen to make some that read “Mr&Mrs" as wedding décor. Jen did just that using [...Read More]
Jen from Girl in the Garage is excited to finally have some wall art hanging in her bedroom. She purchased a couple of original art pieces while visiting Paris last fall and then saw a wire Bonjour sculpture from Anthropologie that would fit beautifully with them. Jen knew she could beat the $48 price tag and made her own version for just $4 using some wire from the craft store. Jen says her wire wall art was so simple to make, and I love how it can easily be customized to any name, word, or phrase!
We all love a good monogram, and Angie from The Country Chic Cottage for Crafts Unleashed shows how to make them come to life with some scrapbook paper and Mod Podge. It’s really as simple as cutting and gluing! And with all the craft paper options out there, the possibilities are pretty much endless. Why be limited by store bought letters when you can design your own with a scene you love?
Being a girl that loves all things vintage and retro, Morena of Morena’s Corner needed to light up her life with some marquee letters. Morena shares at Crafts Unleashed how she made her letters without using cords and outlets so they are portable and can be moved around without any hassle. Morena suggests trying them out as fun party or wall décor. How cool would they be in a Hollywood themed bedroom or family theatre room?
Over the years, Elaine from Creating Wonderful Spaces had collected a few decorative wall letters at bargain prices. When she saw a gallery wall layout from Pottery Barn with a letter theme, she knew it was the perfect inspiration for her own wall. She hit up the Goodwill for cheap frames and was able to [...Read More]
Amy from Queen of the Crazies was dining at one of her favorite restaurants when a lighted sign caught her eye. She had probably seen it hundreds of times in the past, but this time inspiration struck! Using some cardboard letters, paint, and patio lights, Amy made her own DIY version of the vintage sign [...Read More]