The idea for this post actually started in my bedroom. We have a sign made from vinyl a friend gave us years ago and I’ve since remade for several wedding gifts. It says on it, “All Because Two People Fell in Love.” So I started to think about my bulging calendar of weddings coming up in August and thought I would go on the hunt for cute ideas using vinyl for weddings. I decided to limit to 5 though to keep the post short…there are some many more ideas out there.
Mr. & Mrs. Bedroom Vinyl
I instantly fell in love with his ideas for over the bed. It might only be fun for about the first year while you’re still getting use to it, but that’s the great part about vinyl…it comes off and you can replace it without another new quote or piece of art that inspires you.
Available through Play on Walls Etsy Shop
Monogram Cake Plate Wedding Gift
I created one of these for a quick and simple wedding gift recently. Sadly I did not take any photos of the finished project. So I went in search of one that inspired me. I simply added the Bride & Grooms Monogram to a cake plate/cover that I picked up at Dollar Tree. I kept mine all white and added white tulle to the handle. Then I filled the inside with a cake mix, frosting, darling cupcake liners, sprinkles and a gift card for dinner (before or after they eat the cupcakes is up to them).
Create by Jessica Rocks and posted to Cricut Message Board
Personalized Wedding Party Cups
Stay hydrated on that special day with these darling personalized cups. Create one for the bride and her brides maids. Not only useful but also a fun keepsakes after that special day.
Purchase these through LylaBugDesign Etsy Shop
Reception Decor or Dance Floor Vinyl
Loved this idea!! I would love to see it applied at an actual wedding, wouldn’t you. Added to the doors of a reception center would be such a great way to personalize a typically very impersonal space. And an even better idea…the reception dance floor, love it.
Available through Open Heart Creations Etsy Shop
Just Married Car Vinyl
Now I think applying vinyl to the window of a car is just sweet and something they could leave on there for more then one night. I think personalizing it would be darling too…even adding a stick bride and groom to the window would be super cute too!!
Credits: If Walls Could Talk
You know our friends over at My Craft Channel area always rockin’ the Brookie Craft products. Today for their Featured Buy (daily deal item) they offered the Brookie Craft Sticky Stencil Sheets. But what caught our eye is what the talented host, Staci Potter did with the stencil sheets.
She used this on a bunch of cute items like, pillows, monograms and a frame.
Check out these darling MONOgrammed Towels Staci created. She said it made it easier to keep towels straight while at the pool or beach. Definitely a must try!!
Try out upholstery spray paint and a stencil to make fabric to create this amazing look on a piece of fabric, pillow and more.
Great thing about using Sticky Stencils is you can reuse them over and over. Staci stenciled her t-shirt and this darling pillow with the same stencil. She said she loves that it stays sticky to make it easier to use.
We were so excited when Sarah from Pink Cricut posted this cute project to our wall. There are so many ways to personalize cups, mugs and water bottles using vinyl. What would you personalize?
Be sure to jump over to Sarah’s blog for more ideas on personalizing “random gifts”.
Creating with vinyl will have you looking at everything with new eyes.
That’s what Lori Allred did when she saw her husbands dress
pants hangers sitting on the floor one day.
She explained, “I had seen some fun ideas using these pants hangers on Pinterest, but
thought it would be a lot more fun to personalize them with my kids’ names.”
These are perfect for holding just about anything you can think of…here Lori used her hangers to hold a scrapbook layout with one and an 8×10 photograph with another. We also thought this would be a darling way to feature your kids’ art projects or school work.
We would love to hear what you items laying around your house you’re now looking at in a new way if you just had some Brookie Vinyl.
Share your ideas on what things you’re now thinking you’d like to add vinyl to that you may not have before. One lucky winner will receive a box of Brookie Vinyl ($36.00 value).
1. Pin one or all of these great photos to Pinterest and come back and tell us you did.
2. Leave the same comment on Facebook about what new, fresh ideas you have for adding vinyl.
Contest ends: Friday, June 8th at 1:00pm MST. Winner will be announced by this time next week.
Jen Meyer wanted to give her daughter MacKenzie a gift that would help remind her about her first role in a local production of Oklahoma! So she found this darling cow collectable, with yellow flowers (her daughter’s favorite) and cut out the name of the play and year. Because face it, finding a gift that represented something like the musical Oklahoma! with the year on it, is probably very hard to find.
What a HOOT! We love how Amy Mitchell decided to take her obsession with OWLS, her Cricut and som fun colors of vinyl to decorate her laptop. By the way, she loves it, but her husband wasn’t so excited…it’s growing on him, because WHOOOOO wouldn’t love this