Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

hobby lobby cardboard letters painted with metal spraypaint. so light you can hang them with 3m sticky strips!

Hobby Lobby cardboard letters painted with metallic spray paint. They're so light you can hang them using 3M sticky strips. Much cheaper than Anthropologie at only $2.50 a pop. Do "wash" for the laundry room.

Fabulessly Frugalfrom Fabulessly Frugal

Faux Metal Letters {Frugal Craft Pictorial}

Make your own faux metal letters for a fraction of the cost!

Prayer board - I love this idea of having a visual reminder of those we need to pray for. Maybe make this into classroom version for the kids to write what they need prayer for!

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Industrial Metal Letters {Faux Painting}

Best tutorial I have seen on how to make faux metal letters. Secret ingredient in this one.

Style Me Pretty The Vaultfrom Style Me Pretty The Vault

Napa Wedding from Matt Edge Photography + Off the Beaten Path Weddings

BAR cork letter sign.

$30 DIY Headboard done with Cardboard and Fabric. This looks way cheaper and easier than making the big plywood one, especially if it's just going to be temporary. Might have to try it out.

Walmart mirror, hobby lobby flowers and hot glue! why didnt i think of this? these mirrors are $5!

Use a map of the place you visited as the mat for the photograph from your trip. Love the red edges, great colors.

Use this trick to hang anything from towel racks to shelf brackets. You will never put unnecessary holes in your walls again!

Decor Adventuresfrom Decor Adventures

How to Make a Homasote Bulletin Board

Homasote. This is technically a compressed fiberboard product that is sometimes used for soundproofing and insulation. Great for large bulletin boards because it takes pins really easily, you can cover it with fabric, paint it, or frame it. It's about $12 for a 4 foot x 8 foot sheet. - Cheaper than cork sheets at Hobby Lobby.

the hammond familyfrom the hammond family

January 16 – Wall Art for S’s Room

Foam letters, spray paint, scrap book paper, and mis-matched frames...love!