What are paintable decor transfers you may be asking yourself? Well... let me tell you a little bit about them.
DIY your 4th of July Decor the quick and easy way with Country Chic Paint and Iron Orchid Designs. Let's begin with this cute Flag Sign. Watch the video below from start to finish to see how easy it really is!
See it was quick and easy! In less than an hour, probaly less than 30 minutes if I hadn't been talking and just working, you can turn a plain 1 x 6 pine board into something fun for your home. Click read more for the list of materials used and how to get your free star svg file.
Pretty in Pink! Do you decorate in spring in pastels or do you keep things neutral? Anyway you choose, you can make your own Easter Decor in minutes with Chalk Couture. Isn't this bunny adorable in pink buffalo plaid? Why use painters tape and a ruler measuring when you can just use the Chalk Couture Buffalo Plaid transfer?
Have you noticed all the bee decor trending in the spring decor? Surely, it isn't just me? But it just feels so springy (is that a word?) I want to soak up all the spring vibes I can get at this point. Luckily, spring will be here in only a few more days. Hopefully, someone reminds Mother Nature to look at her calendar. Anywho... click on read more to find out how I made my bee decor, the easy peasy way. You can make it too!
Let's make a sign that any grandparent would love to receive.
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11" x 11" pine lumber
Country Chic Paint in Simplicity
Barnwood Planks IOD Decor Stamp
Chippy IOD Decor Stamp
Chalk Couture Transfer
IOD Decor Ink Stone Gray
I am sharing a quick and easy way to make a sign today. That will be perfect for a gift for grandparents. The hardest part was waiting on the paint to dry. Which you know, I have no patience in the paint drying area. Disclaimer though, it is always better to let it dry without the help of the hair dryer. But... in typical fashion and time wise for the live video. I did help the drying process out to speed things along.
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