Being the impulse shopper that I am, I knew why I needed this rub on transfer kit as soon as I laid eyes on it. I have had this galvanized steel water cooler just waiting to be customized and this was the perfect technique. It is pretty darn easy as long as you remember to reverse your image before printing and DEFINITELY watch this video.
It’s not as seamless or matte as I would like but it beats hours of nervously hand painting cold metal!
Enjoy this Thanksgiving, or better yet, year-round reminder to live with a heart of GRATITUDE printable. And, of course it is all ready for the printer. I’d love to see what you put it on!
I’ve always wanted to redo a vintage market umbrella. Of course, in my mind it was made from the perfect well worn quilt. It was all in my mind- until now.
The combination of living in a small space and being a craft hoarder is a dangerous combination. I try to stay as organized as possible, for as cheap as I can get away with!
I covered these cardboard boxes with wrapping paper and added these simple touches. I am a huge believer that handmade doesn’t have to look homemade!
I didn’t know I had so many scraps in pinks and reds! Have a lovely Valentine’s Day!
My little ladies get miffed when their favorite tees are too small or worn out. Making them into little pillows are the perfect way to reinvent cute graphic prints.
Easy peasy lemon squeezy. I’ve also seen tshirt strip wicks. I might try that next time.
I finally finished our advent calendar, it’s only Dec 4th!
I have Christmas decor ADD- I rarely decorate the same way from year to year. This one just might stick!
I am totally obsessed with the painted decoupaged clothespins I made for this project. I’ll be doing that again!
I love using my stash of vintage linens, especially for a sweet friend. I made this for her baby shower which was one of the cutest ever! A Charlotte’s Web theme!
I am a girl who loves to decorate for the season! Summer is one of my favorites. I love setting out my driftwood collection and think about where we’ve been and dream about where we’re going.