These Free Printable Vintage Flashcards are perfect for decorating and so much more.
They're available in A-Z for download below.
I just love any kind of retro decor...and this time of the year, retro school decor is the best. These printable vintage flash cards are fun for so many things...make a banner with them, stick them on a bulletin board, use them in a classroom, use them for gift tags, and more.
This fun and eclectic tween boy's bedroom is done!
It was not without its challenges, but its resident (and his mom) are pretty happy with how it all came together.
When we ventured out into the "no more characters or cutesy" phase of decorating with my youngest, my heart kind of sank a bit. That last little bit of baby is long gone. My nine-year-old is now one super independent and very opinionated young man. He was weighing in on every decision in this space with lots and lots of reasoning. It's so fun watching him grow, but wow...glad we won't have to redecorate for a while with this one! ;) Check out the entire space below. And be sure to enter our $250 MINTED giveaway, too!
My younger son's room is starting to come together.
Finishing this kids' room gallery wall gave the space lots of visual awesomeness!
I've also got a $250 Minted giveaway below!
I love a good gallery wall...but doing one to a nine-year-old's specifications can be a challenge. I'm happy to say that we crossed off all of his wants and put together a fun little wall o' memories and cool-dude artwork. Check it out below, along with a BIG giveaway from MINTED!
Welcome back to another Inspiration Monday Party! We've been having a fun weekend at our home. My youngest son is playing Michael Banks in Mary Poppins...we've been living at the theater, but it's been a blast! AND, also super fun...this giveaway from the blog last week:
Thank you to Folk Art for today's post and giveaway.
This Milk Paint Laundry Room Sign Tutorial is a great step-by-step for using this fun and versatile paint. I made two signs to complete a wall in our laundry area. AND, I'm teaming up with Folk Art to give away $150 worth of milk paint in this post.
The laundry space in our "lauffice" is really coming together. I wanted a couple of vintage-looking signs under my shelves. Since I had a super specific size I needed, I thought it would be fun to make these myself. I have the step-by-step tutorial below, in case you want to make some fun milk paint signs, too.
These Free Printable Watercolor Monograms are available in A-Z.
They're perfect for classroom decor, kids' rooms, or gallery walls. Grab your letter & have fun.
It had been awhile since I had created a series of monogram printables. I actually created this one with my son's new color scheme of his bedroom in mind. I've created letters A-Z. Be sure to grab as many as you need...they make great gifts (especially for teachers this time of the year!).
This Waterfall Dresser and Chalk Paint Tutorial is a fun one, y'all!
I'm affectionately calling this...my Goodwill score of a lifetime.
This waterfall dresser has a fun layered wax technique on top of its bright yellow chalk paint. It makes it kind of aged...but not overly aged as most of my chalk paint projects seem to be (I just love old stuff, y'all). Check out the entire tutorial below.
As a typography junkie, vintage signs are my jam, man.
These 15 reproduction vintage metal signs are all under $15.
There is something for everyone. And, they're all on Amazon Prime!
I have such a thing for metal signs. I just can't get enough of them. I have them all over the house. I found dozens of these reproductions over on Amazon for less than $10 each. The "Hamburger" one is already on its way to me. So cute! Check them all out below.
This Mary Poppins-Inspired Free Printable is a cheerful addition to any decor.
It's hard to look at this one and not smile.
My youngest son is the reason for this printable, y'all. He is playing the role of Michael Banks in our community theater's production of Mary Poppins. We've all been singing the songs 24/7 around here as he learns the music and his lines. Download this cheerful printable below.
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These tips and tricks for summer painting projects are perfect for your next big masterpiece...or just a small piece of furniture that's been on your to-do list for a bit. Summer is my favorite time to knock a boatload of painting projects off of my own to-do list...but with the heat, there's a few tricks I use to stay on track and still create a great piece.
I love refinishing furniture pieces. Shortly after I graduated from college, I had a small side business refinishing pieces here and there. I learned a lot in that time...and in the 15 years since. Painting is definitely my outlet. I tend to paint a lot more in the summertime than any other part of the year. With my kids home, I can stay in my paint clothes all day long while they play and lounge. We tend to live a bit tidier in the school year, so painting and having multiple projects going at a time in the summer works out best for me. Check out my best tips and tricks for your own summer painting projects below.