Someone just saved me SO much time on making tutus.
Get a wooden letter paint it black use Modge Podge to glue the pictures then finish up with another layer of Modge Podge!
SO neat, I had NO idea this was possible! Easy way to transfer ink from paper onto wood for a homemade sign.
This will shock you. This is printable "generator" where you type in what you want and choose your colors and BOOM, printable custom invitations , RSVP and more. (pin now read later) @Kelsey Van Ersvelde
Open Microsoft Word and go to the insert tab. Insert- Picture- Word Art. Type in the text you would like for the first line. To stretch it to be taller and wider, just click on the word, click and hold one of the black corner squares and then drag to the right until it is the size you want. On the second line with the middle & last name, do the same thing as above but just insert a separate word art for each but on the same line. The dotted line is just a row of periods stretched & made short
If you have always wanted to do this now you have a template!
This would be cute on the door! (and for the next little one)
bottle tops, glue on foam stickers. Instant stamps.
GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive!
Definitely need to make myself one of these wreaths!
cute idea! revamp a plain candle
This is awesome! I can't wait to make a few of these for around the house! Get your own customized printable monogram for free! Just download the file, open in adobe reader, edit the monogram and print.
Shery K Designs - Free Printable Paper Pack
Scrapbooking paper, modge podge, and ceramic tiles. Genius.
How to apply scrapbook paper on wooden letters!
An old dresser, without the drawers! Brilliant craft storage idea!!
glittered bottles - tape off where you want glitter, add mod podge, glitter, peel off tape and let dry = beautiful holiday vases. (never too early to start thinking ahead!)