Thursday, February 25, 2010
How can you turn a space into your own place without decorating & adding your own personal touches to the walls that surround you? WALL DECALS!
Wall decals come in handy for this decorating dilemma. The wall decals go up in a matter of minutes, and are easily removed without leaving behind any sticky residue just as quickly. You can have a design to remember home... or add an inspirational quote. The possibilities are endless.
I have added a few designs for my "going back to school" collection but of course, any custom orders or requests are welcomed. I would love to make you or your study a touch of flair in the form of a wall decal or two.
Sorority and fraternity Greek letters are a great way to represent your organization. I was a member of the honor society which is PTK (Phi Theta Kappa) & used a small version of a wall decal & added them to mind binders.
Remember... these decals can be made in made different sizes & applied to many different smooth, flat surfaces... not just walls.
E-mail me for more information or to make a request.
After I put the vase in, I realized it needed a little extra something about the vase. Being a decal maker... it was obvious that wording of some sort was the way to go. I just couldn't figure out the right saying, so I went with a simple "Welcome." I added some nice scroll work to finish it off.
I think it left the perfect touch to greet my guests. What do you think?
This is design is also offered in my ETSY shop so you can give your guests a warm welcome too.
Writing on your wall can make a powerful impact on your visitors. Be sure it is a message you want to represent you, your family & your home. Just like a meaningful expression could make a positive change in some one's life... a not so top choice expression could make someone turn the other cheek.
Vinyl wall lettering is a wonderful way to get your message out & across. Now you can get custom wording (minimum 3" font) for only $15 plus shipping (24" x 18" section). You can leave your letters in a block, cut rows to make a straight line... or even break up each word to make a wall of inspirational words. The possibilities are endless.
Just remember to choose your words carefully.
One of my favorite things about making decals is that you can truly turn any idea into a personal work of art. Ideas always pop in my head for new designs, I am glad I have such great friends (& blog followers) that allow me to put my ideas in their homes... if I had to put all the decal ideas I have up in my own home, it would like like a giant word search puzzle.
Thank you Naturally Clueless for sharing your beautiful haiku with us.
I used a decal of her name that I made earlier & added it to the bucket...
Where else do you think would be a good place to put her name?
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I matched the color of the "The Atwaters Family" piece to coordinate with the living room furniture. It gives the once plain wall a personalized, warm touch.
This monogram set is also available in my etsy shop for only $18.
His first project was for his own room.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
She came up with a beautiful idea to write her future husband a love letter & to have me turn it into a decal for her. She posted the decal in the entry of her venue as a surprise to Jose when he walked in...
Not only was he able to see her love note to him as he came in, but she shared it with her guests... it was a reminder to all of the reason they were brought together on this special day.
Cathy also requested a custom font to one of my monogram scroll designs to personalize the front door of the venue. She truly made the venue her own for the day!
Cheers to the happy couple!
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Handcrafted Creations was created by Victoria Joanne to bring you custom embroidered ring bearer pillows, dress tags, flower girl baskets and more. She has many years of experience in embroidery and has the ability to create a special design made just for her clients or to recreate a design the client brings with them. This talent takes many hours to accomplish but to Victoria, it is worth every minute because customer satisfaction is her goal.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
The monogram glass blocks with the lights inside of them were a big hit once again. They add such a charming personalization to any area of the room.
If your wedding has a theme other than your monogram, a decal of your theme image would also make for an awesome focal point.
One area that can sometimes be tricky to decorate is the sign-in table and place card table. Tanya added the couples monogram decal to a frame and wha-laa, personalized decor that doesn't take up too much space on the table.
*Great home decor idea* Take photos from the wedding and create a collage under the glass so the monogram sits above it. It's all about creating memories.