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.

Get the look of Anthropologie metallic letters with Hobby Lobby cardboard letters and metallic spray paint!

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

Mod podge photo letter this would be cute around the house with each kids first letter of there name and pics of them.

glue a cheap floor-length mirror to an old door frame. love this!

So cute! I may even smile while I'm doing laundry... Laundry Room Wall Hangings

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

Large scrabble letters

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!

BAR cork letter sign.

love this style of hanging photos

DIY Elegant Shelves~ Love Hobby Lobby!!

hanging baskets in closet for socks, underwear, tights, etc.

Diy stone sconces. What a quick, cheap and cool idea. I am going to make some with a taller back and have them hang on the fence on my back patio.

Hang pictures of your messy kids in the laundry room using pant hangers

Gorgeous headboard! Four 1X6 boards, a sanding block, and a can of stain. Hang with large 3M strips (up to 16lbs and these are just over 5lbs each). for-the-home Use leftover flooring

Wooden Letters | Wall Letters | Wood Letters

burlap + letter stickers + spray paint!

DIY crayon candle00*2 boxes of crayons (I didn’t use the browns, grays, or blacks) *mason jar (I pictured two thinking I had enough crayons for both but didn’t) *Waxed wick (found that at Hobby Lobby) **Preheat oven to 200 degrees.** Make sure and pack the crayons in so you leave as little open space as possible. This really isn’t that important if you don’t plan to melt the crayons

Striking Silhouette :: Spray paint comes in tons of colors, textures, and special finishes, so this is your chance to get creative! Set your silhouette item of choice on a sheet of white paperboard, then lightly coat the board with spray paint. When the paint is dry, remove the silhouette item from the board. Put your new print into your favorite frame, then hang on the wall.