These turned out so cute! They were a custom order with specific ideas on what they wanted. Kelsie designed them and I love how they turned out! I love the customer's color choices on the back background. She bought her own shirts and ironed them on herself. A great alternative to save some money on custom shirts.
New baby family shirts - LOVE them!
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Labels: #thevinylexpress, baby, big brother, big sister, children, Custom, diy, do it yourself, family, heat transfer, infant, iron on vinyl, iron-on, Kids, newborn, T-shirt Decals, tshirt vinyl, tshirts, vinyl express
Big Sister and Brother shirts
Aren't these the cutest shirts? Plus the cute bandanas for the family dogs are awesome. I just love how they turned out.
Christmas in July
Here is your deal of the day. Happy shopping. Here is a link to the growth chart. Growth Chart
Christmas in July - Deal for Day 2
Here is the deal for Day #2...This birthday calendar is on sale today only. Check out my ETSY shop for all birthday boards 25% off today only.
Don't forget to enter the giveaway!
Customer photos wall lettering Look what Love has done and Dream Big Little One
I did several custom wall decals last fall. These are photos from the customers of their finished walls. I love how they turned out. If you need something custom send me an email and i would love to help you out! We can use the fonts you like and the colors you need for your custom lettering.
Posted by Caroll on February 11, 2016 No comments:
Labels: #thevinylexpress, baby, bedroom, children, Custom, Entry Way, family, Home and Family, Inspirational, newborn, Nursery, Photo Wall, quotes, vinyl express, vinyl lettering, wall vinyl, wall writing
GRANDKIDS customer photos
I received so many photos of "grandkids make life grand" finished projects. I love it when I get pictures. So I am sharing a few with you. OK - I am sharing more than a few LOL. So many different options with this one, I love them all! I offer several styles and sizes in my Etsy shop. You can find one of the most popular styles and size here.
Posted by Caroll on February 11, 2016 No comments:
Labels: #thevinylexpress, children, family, grandchildren, Grandkids, grandparents, great grandkids, Home and Family, Kids, Lettering, Photo Wall, signs, vinyl express, vinyl lettering
Classy and Fun Family Organization
I absolutely love this calendar. I had a customer who wanted something for her new mudroom to help keep her family organized. She knew what she wanted, she just needed me to create it for her. This is how it turned out. I love love love how it turned out and she was kind enough to send me photos. You can order a calendar like hers HERE. She used a 16 x 20 frame and bought a foam board to put behind the calendar with a fabric to match her color scheme. She said she might switch it out during the holidays with a fun fabric to match the season. What a great idea!
Grandkids make life grand - customer photos
I had another customer send me some photos of her projects. I love it when customers take the time to send me a picture of their finished project! It makes my day! These decals can be purchased on my etsy shop HERE.
Posted by Caroll on August 18, 2015 No comments:
Labels: #thevinylexpress, boards, children, Decals, diy, do it yourself, family, Gift, grandchildren, Grandkids, grandparents, great grandkids, Make and Take, Photo Wall, vinyl lettering, wall vinyl, wall writing
Grandkids - Make Life Grand!
I thought I would post a few of the "grandkids" finished projects from some of my customers. This turned out to be a popular item for gift giving during the Christmas season! If you'd like to order vinyl for your own projects, you can find several different styles in my ETSY shop. Here are a few more examples of how customers used their vinyl.
Old Window Decor
We really enjoy getting photos from our costumers and to find out how everything turned out. I love how cute all of these old windows looked after just a little help and creativity! Up-cycled Windows make for such fun and innovative decorations for just around the house decor or for occasions such as weddings, birthdays, and other big events.
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!
Holiday Fun...In August!
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.
While I was cutting out the paper for the blocks, my sister painted the blocks that they were going to go on. We didn't bother painting the entire blocks because they would just be covered with paper anyway.
I know she would appreciate me putting this picture online :)
As you can tell the blocks are far from perfect, but they will still look just as good even if we had taken the time to paint them all of the way.
Once the paint dried I laid the paper on top of the blocks to make sure the paper fit good and to make sure I liked how it looked.
I cut my paper pretty close to the size of the blocks as you can see here. If you want to see more of the block all you would have to do is trim the paper a little bit more...but I am pretty sure most of us could have figured that out on our own!
Now for the fun part! Mod Podge. I like this part. How I do it is I put some on the block itself and then on the back of the paper. I place the paper on the block and then brush more on the front of the paper. It brushes on white, but when it dries it will look clear.
Bubbles are one thing that I hate when using Mod Podge, I have found though that using thicker paper doesn't bubble as much. If you don't have thicker paper, that's fine too, you just have to not be a perfectionist at first. The paper will bubble, but try not to mess with it too much, when it dries most of the bubbles, if not all of them, will fade away. It is kind of like magic! It will only make you crazy in the process if you are like me!
While you let the Mod Podge dry... (PS only do one side at a time, or else you will have a mess.) Anyway while it dries you can start with the vinyl. It will come in a sheet like this. It will have a clear plastic over the letters that you will peel off later but for now you can cut the individual letters apart. It doesn't have to look fancy at all. (You can get the letters from The Vinyl Express for $6.00.)
As you can tell not fancy!
Once the Mod Podge dried (mine took about an hour to dry, you can wait a little bit longer if you want to be safe though) I placed the letters on the blocks so I could tell where I would want them to be placed. Then one by one I peeled the paper off and placed the vinyl letters on the blocks. I then took off the clear paper that covered the letters, leaving only the vinyl on the blocks.
It should look something like this.
This is what the first side looked like. Then I started the whole process over and did the same thing to the other side of the blocks.
This is what the other side looked like when I finished them.
I think they turned out super cute.
They would be cute with some Fall leaves or ornaments and jingle bells. My favorite though that would work for both would be pine cones!
What a fun addition to any home! You can also save some space in your storage for afterwards since they double for two holidays! :) ~Kelsie
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