Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Craft Room Sign

Thanks to everyone that helped me with all of the word suggestions! I really appreciate it. You guys came up with some really good words. I decided to go with "imagine" "create" and "inspire."
I started with wood. I cut, sanded and painted the wood.
Then I stamped on plain paper with a stamp around roller to make a background. I then traced and cut out the letters (I need a Cricut!!!)
I then used Mod Podge and put the letters and flowers on the wood.
I then use a nice thick ribbon to hang the sign and attach the wood together. I used a staple gun and stapled the ribbon to the wood. I went staple happy, just to make sure the ribbon didn't rip.

I then hung it up on my wall in my craft room. Hopefully it was inspire me to do lots of creative things!
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11 comments:

Michelle said...

your sign turned out great! I love it and the words flow very well

jillybee123 said...

Cute, really cute. I agree with Michelle, words do flow nicely.

Stephen and Heather said...

I love your sign and am impressed that you cut the letters out by hand. Did you use scissors or an exacto knife?

Kaysi said...

I use craft scissors, they are much smaller and sharper than regular scissors. It actually wasn't too bad, but I still want a Cricut :)

The Fifth Street Mama said...

Oh that is so cute! You did a great job!

Connie said...

That turned out fabulous.

Mother Huddle said...

Kaysi, this is sooo cute! You have a great site, with a ton of creative juices flowin'! I am now following!
I hope we get to see some of you stuff submitted on The Mother Huddle

Steph @ somewhatsimple said...

so cute!!! thanks for linking!

The Fischer Family said...

So cute Kays! Your creativity is truly inspiring! I will try to post some of the crafts I do with my (insert squeal here!!!!) Cricut. Right now I'm playing around with cards. I'll try to post some this week! Keep the ideas coming!

Its So Very Cheri said...

I need a cricut too. Every project I say "do you know how quick I could have this done if I had a cricut"

Cheri

The Harris Family said...

I love it. Perfect words for your craft room.
-crystal