It’s no secret that wall décor can get expensive, especially for larger pieces. Luckily, armed with wood, paint, and a bit of creativity, you can fill those walls without breaking the bank! Just check out this weathered wood plaque that Mimi from Blue Roof Cabin created with plywood and a jigsaw. The gorgeous shape and custom wording make for a truly unique piece of wall décor!
Lorraine from South Meets Southwest created this Halloween sign as a craft prize for Bunco night with the girls. (And let me say that I love the idea of everyone bringing a craft to exchange as a prize!) She used a ballpoint pen to leave the imprint for her text and then painted it in. Lorraine says, “I went home with a very cute craft from the party, but I was still a little sad to have to part with my Halloween sign.” Looks like another sign’s in the making!
Shannon from Parties and Potty Training created this sweet little chalkboard plaque featuring Beatrix Potter’s beloved bunny. I think it would be precious welcoming guests to the front door or displaying the menu for your Easter meal. Shannon’s plaque looks almost identical to her inspiration piece but didn’t cost her a cent! Shannon was inspired [...Read More]
After seeing Anthro’s Printed Paper Pine, MJ from 517 Creations knew it was a perfect new item to add to her Christmas décor. Better yet, she had just received a few old hymnals that were perfect for the job. With just a few added elements, MJ made her own printed paper pine at a fraction [...Read More]
Deborah from Proper Prim created this typewriter wall art and added her unique touch by personalizing it with a message. Deborah says, “I loved this board as soon as I saw it and it immediately went in my inspiration file. Now it is a reality and I love that it is personalized for my sweet [...Read More]
Amy from Just Pleased as Punch created these wine barrel wall plaques by designing a stencil on her Cricut. Amy says, “I have admired these wine barrel plaques from Ballard for a while. I was just looking for the chance to recreate them!” I love how she achieved a distressed look by sanding the surface [...Read More]