This is my classroom door. I cannot claim any credit for the awesomeness that is the saying on the door, (thanks Miranda Shue) but to make a door like this is again, super simple. I used normal scrapbook paper to free-hand my letters (chicka..room) because I'm poor and don't have a cricut, and then butcher paper for the palm tree. I used normal cut out letters from a pack (Mardel) and you can't see, but my kiddos names are coconuts on the side of the wall. the doors, door idea, classroom door, door decor, chicka chicka boom boom door, school doors
classroom door ideas
Family photos, Family tree...for mama. I think this would look awesome in the guest room with all the wedding pictures and then places underneath for kids pics when they are born family pictures, wall art, family trees, photo gallery walls, photo wall, picture walls, family tree wall, picture frames, frame walls
Family photos, Family tree!
Photo booth 8x10s. I don't know. I'm not sure if I could ever be a parent who decorates her house based on Pinterest ideas. I'm guessing my kids' rooms will just be like spartan walls maybe with stains from where I wiped my hands when I didn't feel like getting a napkin. idea, frame, famili, photo walls, family photos, photo booths, hous, kid, wall photos
Stretched, Curved, Stacked and Unusual Pieces of Furniture:
Dowel rods, retractable racks, creative way to organize scarves
Bath Mat from old Towels or t-Shirts 1. First, wash and dry the towels you’ll be using for your mat. 2. Decide how big you want your bath rug to be by measuring the dimensions on the flour, e.g.. in from of your shower recess, as shown here. 3. Purchase gridded matting and cut it to those dimensions. This usually sits under floor rugs to avoid slipping and is also called ‘rug canvas’ or ‘anti-slip mat’.4. Cut the towels into 5-6” long pieces, approx. 3/4” thick. rag rugs, craft, homemade bath, second life, floor rugs, bath mat, t shirts, diy rugs, floor mats
DIY bathroom rug!