Mr. & Mrs. seems to be all the rage these days (I crack my self when I say things like that. Sometimes I shock myself at how "mom" I am.... "all the rage these days." who still say that?)
Wedding gifts, towels, pillow cases, and artwork; I've seen Mr. & Mrs. printed on just about everything!
Now, You know I love a good deal. And when something becomes a trend, there's usually no deal to be found. Plus, I like to mix my designs up a bit and go for something a little less traditional.
We're country folk out here in Kentucky (said with my very best southern accent.) So, you know we're hunters.... well, my husband is anyway.What better way to represent us than as a buck and a doe. Awe...isn't that just adorable.
Budget DIY decor isn't my favorite because it's cheap, but because it's so duh-easy. Yeah, duh-easy. I said it.
My favorite art pieces tend to be ones that require very little thought.
DIY Mr. & Mrs. silhouette artwork
Daw. Look at me and the hubby. Aren't we so cute. Crazy to believe our wedding day was 8 years ago!
2. Find your favorite images and fonts; Print. (Be sure to customize the size on print preview to make sure it will fit on a standard sized sheet of paper.)
3. Cut images and fonts out and arrange them on a seperate sheet of printer paper; tape in place. (This will be your worksheet.)
4. Lay your final sheet of paper over top your worksheet; use sharpe to trace sillhouette and font.
5. Frame your maserpiece.
Bonus DIY: Use a paint pen, sharpie, or fabric paint to simply add text to your pillows!
I mean, seriously, duh-easy right? It can't get any easier than that! And it's so cute. You could play around with some different frames, paint/marker colors, and good quality papers.
Easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. What do you think?
Peace, Love, and art!
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Shoestring Amy is a free-spirited momma. With a family of five comes an active lifestyle full of energy. Amy strives for a lifetime of fun, laughter, and memories. Rather than smothering in debt, working for "things," and walking the same ol' line of misery created by a dead end job, she creates much larger goals. CONTINUE READING....
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