This fun kitchen valance was made using barn wood and a stencil. Rather than using a vinyl decal, use a vinyl stencil. The light adhesive holds the stencil in place while you paint the lettering. You could mix up the colors if you wanted as well. I think it turned out so cute. If you are interested in a custom stencil, send me an email with details and we'll work it up.
If you have any old windows, don't just throw them out, dress them up. These all turned out so great. Go ahead and Email us and we can get one customized just for you!
So this week I have had some fun creating, not only one holiday craft but two! I guess it was double the fun because I made reversible blocks, Christmas on one side, Thanksgiving or Fall on the other. I got the Idea from Pintrest, but added my own little twist. I didn't just paint the blocks, I decided to use different patterned scrapbook paper and Mod Podge my blocks.
From the beginning: I bought some paper at our local craft store, I bought the paper that has one design on one side and another design on the other side. This way I didn't have to buy as much paper...I know I am pretty cheap, but it did save me a couple of dollars!!
When I got home I cut out the paper to fit the blocks, and put them in the order that I wanted them in. After I cut out the Christmas paper I used them as a pattern to cut out the Fall paper. I just traced around them and then cut them. I don't have a paper cutter, but I am sure that would be the easiest way to do it.
here to order this decal.