A few months ago, I was working on redoing my kitchen. I have it mostly done now, and sometime I might share it here. One of the things that I did was a gallery wall of pictures. I wanted to add some other decorate frames as well, and what better way to do that, than to use vinyl. A while back I shared this one with you, and today I’m sharing another one. 🙂
For a really long time, I have wanted President Hinckley’s Be’s to be in my home. Once I got the list of all nine of them I decided that I wanted to do somewhat of a subway art out of them. I used Cricut Craft Room and my Cricut Expression to cut mine out of vinyl and put on this frame.
Here is what it looked like in Cricut Craft Room. Have I ever told you how much I LOVE this program?! It is the best, and it is FREE!
Once I had my vinyl cut out, I put it on the glass in my frame (this is a frame that I previously used to make a Dry Erase Menu, after I made a new menu, I had this frame in my stash.) We still need to get a family picture taken to go in the larger gray frame, and then my gallery wall will be finished. 🙂
Adding vinyl to a frame is a very, very inexpensive way to add something to your home, and you can change it anytime you’d like as well.
If anyone is interested in the CCR file for this, I’d be happy to email it to you, just let me know!