We’ve all seen the typical vinyl wall decal – a phrase in black, scripty letters usually hung somewhere in the home. Those aren’t necessarily my style, so I’ve rounded up 12 cool ideas and uses for vinyl in the home. Some are on walls. Some aren’t! Check them out!
We’re big on affordable, do it yourself wall art here at Curbly (check out our top ten projects from 2011), especially art of the typographic variety. So when we spy a project that covers all those bases (typographic, DIYable, cheap!) we get pretty excited!
This DIY “label maker” art is a quick and easy way to add some interest to your walls as well as a little bit of personality. Printing off your favorite quote (maybe the same one you used for that typographic stencil pillow project), attaching it to some quality paper, and framing that bad boy is easy as pie. Continue Reading
The other day I ate an entire package of raspberries in one sitting (which I suppose is better than a whole can of Pringles, right?). If you have a little more patience and, you know, actually plan to can, freeze, or gift your garden’s fruit, may I suggest printing out these very cute, very FREE downloadable labels and gift tags?
Sure, we could use bits of tape and just write ‘paper shredder’ on it….but these little Dotz are so much more stylish…and the cat won’t chew on them either. They come in sets of 12 with 24 ‘ready-to-go punch out icons’ and 12 DIY punch out icons. Besides computer/office, they also have a home essentials and an entertainment set, all of which are reusable. For more information, visit store.cordotz.com.
TipNut has put together a fantastic list of 21 freebies that just might make our lives easier. They include such handy things as labels of the decorative and storage variety, recipe cards, cleaning day checklists, illustrated bookplates and calendars, just to name a few!
If you’ve found yourself with a little something to wrap for a Valentine’s gift but have no wrapping paper in the house, try using a Campbell’s soup can label.
And for those of you who think this is a stupid idea, check out the Warhol Store where you can buy 12 sheets of 20″ x 30″ tomato soup wrapping paper–based on Warhol's 32 Campbell's Soup Cans–for 30 bucks.