We have a million coffee cups. One of my daughters collects them and Garrett loves his coffee, but hates digging through all of her weird shaped and over sized cups and mugs. So, we made this simple DIY coffee cup hanger.
What do you get when you have two people who wait until the last minute? A QUICK & EASY serving tray project! This project only required 2 boards and a few tools:
5 - 1 x 4 x 19
2 - .5 x 2 x 11.5
2 - handle pulls
We made ours in less than an hour. Next step we'll add a personalized stencil!
Trying to keep track of whats for dinner in a big family is a mess. The older teens are alternating cooking dinner. They make the menu and write the recipe on index cards. Post the index cards on the menu board. Now, everyone knows whats for dinner when and anyone can help out and make
Are you saving for a big trip or maybe a new motorcycle. Why not turn your filthy mouth into cash? Here is quick and easy diy swear jar you can bank on.
Wow! I filled this jar up quick!
So, this past Saturday, Garrett came bounding into my office interrupting my very unproductive Pinterest grazing and exclaimed "Babe! We need t-shirts!". As we were both wearing t-shirts, I had to probe a little further and learned we needed logo t-shirts! It was a rainy Saturday anyway, so let's embark on a t-shirt adventure!
While I have some fancy cutting equipment to make vinyl heat transfers (which I can't wait to use in a future adventure), I don't have anything to add a full color logo. We found these Avery 3302 Stretchable Fabric Transfers on Amazon.
From here, it really was super easy!
1. Go to avery.com/print
2. Customize your design, using their free templates and design tools. We had our logo, so we just did a quick image upload.
3. The tool created a .pdf of our image, centered and aligned. All we had to do is click print!
4. We used our inkjet printer and did a test print of the image on plain paper first and then we were ready to print on transfer paper!
5. Last step, iron on! Our lesson learned....... lol, trim the image first! We started with Garrett's t-shirt and I just ironed the whole transfer page onto the shirt. MISTAKE! It looked like one of those cheesy t-shirts I had as kid in the 80's where the image was cracking and peeling off! Not pretty! I kinda feel bad, because I trimmed mine and mine looks great! :)
Here's a few good reasons for making logo t-shirts:
We saw arrows similar to these at Target for $55 and Kim immediately said “We Can MakeThat”! So, we made our version of them and this is how we did it.
Your style will be pointed in the right direction with these three DIY decorative arrows. This on-trend wall art boasts three distressed wood boards for an up-to-the-minute look that perfectly complements your modern home decor. Great on their own or as part of a grouping.
Here are the Target arrows…
Kim & Garrett
We love to make It Ourselves.