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DIY Tutorial, Gift Ideas, Home Decor, Silhouette CAMEO, Vinyl

Affordable and Simple Home Decor Quote Frames

I don’t know about you but I’m loving all of the quote artwork lately.  I don’t have tons of wall space to display all of the cute projects I want to make, but I do have shelf space! I’m also excited to see that acrylic signs are becoming a thing right now because they are affordable and kid friendly so I don’t have to worry about them breaking it and getting hurt.  Or let’s face it, me breaking it and getting hurt too, I’m not known for my stealthy  ...

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DIY Tutorial, Home Decor, Party Crafts, Silhouette CAMEO, Vinyl

DIY Tropical Summer Banner

I recently got an adorable vinyl pack with all sorts of coordinating products with a tropical summer theme.  I knew I wanted to find a project that used all of the various products together.  I went digging through my bin of blanks for crafting and came across a chipboard banner set.  Boom!  I knew exactly what I was going to make. That chalkboard in my kitchen was asking for some new decor across it for the summer season. You can find the full tutorial over on the fontbundles blog!    ...

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DIY Tutorial, Gift Ideas, Home Decor, Silhouette CAMEO, Vinyl

Make a Sign for the Dog Lover’s in Your Life

I’m guessing you know someone who owns a dog.  I’m also guessing they love that animal more than most people!  haha, I don’t blame them, dogs are awesome! We also know those dogs that just can’t keep their love to themselves and cover you in “kisses” when you walk in.  This is the sign for that dog! You know you want all the details on how to make your own! Head over here for the full post! Fonts used: Hot Mess and Sweet Bear    

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DIY Wood Plant Stand with Cactus Pun

Who doesn’t love a good pun?!?  Have you seen the adorable cactus love graphics in the Wonderful Graphics bundle? I have a slight obsession with cactus and succulents right now, maybe it’s because the real plants are hard to kill.  I still tend to stick with the faux variety since they meet the level of maintenance I can handle. I have seen the stores selling the simple wood plant stands lately too but they were a bit too expensive to be worth the investment, especially when the  ...

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