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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Words for your Walls ~www.TheBloggingMom.com~

I know people usually decorate their walls with things like pictures and mirrors, but I got brave a while back and decided to try some wall words instead.  I had seen the vinyl lettering at places like Target, but I decided to go online looking for more options.  I ended up shopping at an online store called Quote the Walls. Before I ordered my quote, I needed to find the right wall space in my house. Honestly, I don't think wall lettering looks good in just any 'ole place.  I ended up picking a spot just above the door that leads out to our garage. This way, we can read the special message each time we leave the house.  This is the final result:

This project is a bit tedious I might add.  It takes measuring, leveling, and it ended up taking two people.  I love the finished product though. 


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5 comments:

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Robyn Campbell said...

Found you from Get Your Blog Followers. Nice project. Nice words. I'll have to try this. :)

Eric Ruhalter said...

Here are some words for your wall.
Parents Deserve to laugh More and get a break! So I made up words parents need to describe their kids. Words like:
WISHJACK v.: To blow out the candles on another child’s birthday cake.
SCOOZER n.: A child who only has something to say to you when you’re on the phone or in the bathroom.
GARBOFLAGE v.: To hide a piece of your child’s artwork under other trash in the wastebasket so they don’t catch you throwing it away.

Check out this video for more: http://youtu.be/tYbjqujLPgk Funny?

Eric Ruhalter said...

Here are some words for your wall.
Parents Deserve to laugh More and get a break! So I made up words parents need to describe their kids. Words like:
WISHJACK v.: To blow out the candles on another child’s birthday cake.
SCOOZER n.: A child who only has something to say to you when you’re on the phone or in the bathroom.
GARBOFLAGE v.: To hide a piece of your child’s artwork under other trash in the wastebasket so they don’t catch you throwing it away.

Check out this video for more: http://youtu.be/tYbjqujLPgk Funny?

Robyn Campbell said...

Found you from Get Your Blog Followers. Nice project. Nice words. I'll have to try this. :)

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