Magazine letters on canvas...do with family names and family traditions... I also think I will do this with my teenage daughter...let all her friends put their names and favorites of the moment during a sleepover to make cute funky art for her room
Spinach & Cheese Manicotti -- this recipe is SO easy. No need to pre-cook the shells (no more tearing when filling) and ditch the spoon for a ziplock baggy to "pipe" the filling into each shell. Super fast, super yummy and no more mess!! Genius! Making this for family dinner night tonight :) so excited!!!
Find Joy in the Journey Free Printable | On Sutton Place
Give Thanks Free Printable ~ download and print in seconds!
Good tattoo quote for couples.
DIY Monogram Binder Covers
39 ways to decorate your walls for cheap. I want to do every single one of these!! Maybe the best thing I've ever seen on pinterest!! All are so cool!
$7 diy subway art
Twine Star using paint sticks!
Staple old shirts to a canvas for cool wall art. NOW This might be what to do with all those old t shirts I wanted made into a quilt. I could do a wall of universities - UNF, UCF, La Sorbonne, FSU (for KP), Boston and UT (for my bro). Hmmmmm. THIS COULD BE GOOD. I wonder how many old shirts from high school I have cause I'd like to include SPHS up there somehow. GREAT IDEA.
Awesome idea for old t-shirts!
A David Bromstad original, inspired by Pier 1 Imports.
Make some wall art! 20 ideas for how to Mod Podge a canvas.
collection of favorite restaurants, business cards art
limited edition andy warhol campbell's soup cans at Target.
Spray paint shells. I love these! For my future beach house.
Way cheaper than buying wooden letters for everything! Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas! (great step by step on how to do this, and which paint works best)
Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas! (great step by step on how to do this, and which paint works best)