12/6/10

A Sassy Christmas using WOOD! (...and a Made by ME Monday)


*Have you joined our Christmas giveaway?
*Have you checked out ALL the other Sassy Christmas ideas
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So, I decided to slip in a little "Made by ME Monday" in here too... using WOOD, of course! ;)
{Christmas Subway Art}
 I used a 15x15 square board, spray paint, add your vinyl... done!

supplies needed:
wood
red spray paint
vinyl lettering

Total time spent:
30 minutes (most of that was waiting for the paint to dry)
Total money spent:
a couple dollars for a little spray paint
 (not even a whole can)
and the wood was given to me! :)
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Okay, here are some others that I've found using WOOD... 

Crafty Chic Mommy made this adorable snowman guy using 2x4's. He's cute!!
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Lolly Jane Boutique got this idea from her friend...a Wrapping in Progress sign to hang on her door!! I love it!

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 Maryberry Boutique made this cute Santa for a boutique she was doing.

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Creating Me Now made these giant candy canes to decorate her sis in-law's front lawn. Too cute!!

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Embellishing Life Everyday made an advent calendar using a wooden cabinet door.


 NOW... it's your turn! I want to see you Christmas creations and ideas using WOOD! Anything Christmas themed that has wood on it or in it counts as a link up for this party!

LINK IT UP HERE!!

5 comments:

Lolly Jane said...

Whoo hoo! This is so fun- I love browsing all the different categories :) We linked a project under "wood"! Cool!

THANK YOU SO MUCH for the feature! Weeee! xo

Jenny @ Embellishing Life said...

Yay! Thanks for the feature! :)

MaryBerry Boutique said...

WHAT?! You just made my day! Thanks so much for the feature!!
*Hugs*
Mary

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Kelsey Rogers said...

Where did you get the vinyl for the lettering? Does it come in sheets of paper like printer paper? The only thing I have seen so far was in the Cricut section and it was $9 for what looked like a small amount.