Simply Said

September 26th, 2009 in blog     
DownHomeDIY DownHomeDIY, member
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These are tied with ribbon b/c they were sold as a set.  But, they look great stacked without it.

These are tied with ribbon b/c they were sold as a set.  But, they look great stacked without it.

Photo: www.addressingspaces.com

These were actually left over pieces of railing from the guys who built my porch.  They were going to throw them away so I asked them for a few.  I just chopped 'em up, painted the front, stained the rest and added some die cut letters.  These letters were cut with a Cricut I borrowed from a friend (the coolest machine on earth...I need to buy one!)  But, I have used stickers, chipboard, even stenciled some letters on.  Opportunities are endless.

I love these words...LIVE, LAUGH & LOVE and never get sick of reading them.  They may be simple words, but they pack a real punch!

 

~MB

www.downhomediy.blogspot.com

 


posted in: blog, wood, artwork, whimsical, letters

Comments (12)

DownHomeDIY writes: Thanks everyone for the kind comments. Jim, it can cut stencils and vinyl too! Check it out for sure. And no, I am not endorsed by Cricut, but sure wish I was!

~MB Posted: 8:57 pm on September 30th
frstyfrolk writes: Opps, that is 12 inches for the Expressions! I have a cat on my lap, sorry for that mistake....

Smiles, Cyndi and purrrrrs from Blck Posted: 11:42 pm on September 29th
frstyfrolk writes: Well, I better unpack mine.I have a cricut and should have got the expressions, if you get one ,it cuts up to 12' instead of the 6 inches I got. Well, like I say itis still in the box. I need to make time to play as I l love words also. I got a bunch of cartridges with lots of cutouts to learn about.

Smjiles, Cyndi Posted: 11:41 pm on September 29th
JunkArchitect writes:
Great little junk project you put together Marybeth. I’m into different way to create lettering so I’ll have to take a better look at a Cricut.

Jim
Posted: 11:48 am on September 28th
suewhitney writes: Hhi MB,

Delightful project from leftover building materials. Thanks for showing members of JMS that beautiful things can come from the scrap pile. Awesome!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:00 am on September 28th
fellowjunker writes: Such a sweet little project MaryBeth. I have a wishblade for cutting letters, etc. that I have decided IS THE BEST thing since sliced bread!!
Happy day.
xojanis Posted: 11:31 pm on September 27th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Simply sweet! You're a real pro at using scraps out of just about anything!

Thanks MB!
Candy Posted: 10:10 pm on September 27th
shabbychick writes: MB - three of my top ten favorite words!! Very nicely (and simply) done!! I need to try one of those cricuts...

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 1:12 pm on September 27th
CottageElements writes: MB, like I said in my early post, simple is good!! And Alice, I live your comment. Perfect for this! I've heard of those Cricuts, looks like I could have some fun with one of those. I have Cricut envy, too!

Lani Posted: 11:01 pm on September 26th
alicemom writes: I live the life! I laugh at the words! I love the colors!
smiles,
alice Posted: 10:57 pm on September 26th
EmmasNookandGranny writes: So simple and so nice. I have Cricut envy! Posted: 3:41 pm on September 26th
oldnews writes: These are SO cute! Isn't the Cricut amazing!? Everyone needs one!! Marie Posted: 9:56 am on September 26th
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