Wednesday, November 7, 2012


I've been working diligently to finish decorating our living room which is a little impossible because I don't think you truly ever finish decorating something.  It always seems to be more of a work in progress.  I have found that as soon as I think I'm finished, I have grown tired of the decor I started with.  Am I the only one?  No?  Okay, good... thanks! 

I have been trying to use colors that are more on the neutral side so that I can update the look with accents.  I've also been making some of the items that are in our living room.  I've had this cute little canvas pinned for several months now and a few weeks ago I finally gathered up the supplies and made my own version.

Wooden letters glued to canvas and then painted over in white
Not on the High Street via Jodi on Pinterest
I shared this picture with you yesterday when I showed you my newly painted front door.  The canvas that looks solid black... yeah, thats my version.

You can see it much better here:

This project was really simple and perfect for this wall.  It was as simple as picking up a few wooden letter at hobby lobby, gluing them to a canvas, and spray painting it.  I already had the canvas so the total cost was about $4.00 which means there will be no guilt when I'm sick of it and want something new!  :)


Sometimes the simple things are the best things.

Today I'm linking up with Michelle at The Vintage Apple

Sarah at Fortune Favors the Brave, Melissa at Lulu & Sweet Pea, and Amber at My Three Bittles!


  1. Cute! I need to get caught up on your blog posts!

  2. Soooo cute!!! Love that it was only $4 too!! Makes it even cuter!

    Love your painted door girlie!

    Found you through the OHP link up! xo, Bev

    1. Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet compliment!

  3. Love all of these! :)

    Thanks for linking up on The Pinspiration Project!

  4. I really loved your project - thank you for linking up to TPP!

    If you haven't already, this week's link up is live! Love to have you again with another Pinterest-inspired project.


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