Category Archives: In the Kitchen
Have you ever thought to write on dishes? My handwriting is not so great so when I want clean lines and the perfect lettering I use my vinyl as a stencil.
Here’s some screen shots from the Inspired by Pinterest episode called “Writing on Dishes” on My Craft Channel.
I know that I am not the only one who is intrigued when the title has simple in it. Right?
It seems like all we do this time of year is run, run, run & run some more. We love the idea of giving a handmade gift to friends, neighbors, or co-workers, just not all the time and effort it would require.
Am I right? Well, today is your lucky day! I have a truly simple project that will take minutes to do and the results look like you took forever. Everyone will be wondering how in the world you have time to look so fabulousand have time to make a homemade gift that doesn’t look like your 5 yr. old helped.
First you need to gather all of your supplies.
Now that you have adhered all of your vinyl letters, you are good to go. I told you that it was easy!
These are darling hung on a wall, or displayed with plate holders. (dollar store) You are going to be the talk of the town if you not only make them, but give them as well.
Easy gifts rock, but easy gifts that take 10 minutes & make the recipient feel loved are Fantastic!
For more fun, simple DIY & just plain inspiring stuff, head over and visit Tausha at her blog
We are so excited to share some great inspiration from our friends over at the Silhouette Blog. They really know how to rock the VINYL and the inspiration there is endless. Since we’re huge fans of the Silhouette Cameo at Brookie, we thought it would be fun to share their great blog with our readers.
Decorate your Creative Space & Chalk Board Labels
Back to School Folder Decals
Labeling with Vinyl
DIY Utensil Labels
Lori Allred thought her mixer was rather boring all these years and decided it needed a little update. So with some BURGANDY vinyl, her Cricut E2 and Gypsy she created the fun words across the top and then cut out about 200 half inch circled to add a little more magic to the mix. We love how this turned out and the best part, it’s not permanent, so if her tastes change or colors in her kitchen, she can simply remove them.
Be sure to jump over to Lori’s blog and see what inspired her to decorate her Mixer. She’s also giving away the same cut out vinyl file she used and you get to pick the color!!