create.

"As you take the normal opportunities of your daily life and create something of beauty and helpfulness,
you improve not only the world around you but also the world within you"

Dieter F. Uchtdorf






Friday, January 22, 2010

{I LoVe U} Boards!




Here is a FuN idea to make for {V} day! I made these very similar to the ones here...but I used scrap 1x6's instead. Then, lightly dry-brushed them with white paint...made my own stencils...stenciled the letters and heart on... wiped edges with stain...and tied with ribbon @ tulle! SuPer CuTe & SuPer Easy!! Wouldn't these look CuTe in a little girls room too??!!


HaVe FuN!


Beyond The Picket Fence

Make it Yours @ My Backyard Eden


38 comments:

  1. Oh Stacie, as always, so cute! It would be fun to make one for all seasons you could change out! I just may have to do it... Thanks for the great idea!

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  2. That is sooo cute! Best valentine's decor I've seen so far!

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  3. This is probably the cutest Valentines craft I have seen. Probably ever.

    Love, love, love it!

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  4. That is so cute, and easy! What more could you ask for in a craft!

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  5. I love this and would be thrilled to have you share it on my linky party!

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  6. Those are SO great! Love love them!

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  7. Why didn't I come up with this. HOW EASY!!!!!! I absolutely ADORE it.

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  8. Love it Stacie! This is super cute! I think even I could make it. ;)

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  9. These look fabulous! You did a fantastic job on the finish - Love them!

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  10. It showed up--thanks so much for linking!

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  11. hello. just came across your blog and i am in love with it.

    these i heart u boards are adorable. i gotta try that idea....

    off to browse more of your blog..
    happy weekend
    :)

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  12. I have chosen you for a Best Blog Award. Please stop by my blog for instructions.

    http://mycrafthappiness.blogspot.com/2010/01/my-first-blog-award.html

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  13. Very very cute! It's fun to see all of the fun Valentine projects around. I went down to get my box, and discovered that I really don't have that many decorations. So I am trying to make up for it. I will have to try those!

    XOXO
    Jen

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  14. I love your blog and all your ideas - I was given an award and I passed it on to you on my blog!! Go check it out if you want:)

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  15. Fabulous! This is just so, so cute! I am filing this at thecraftersfilebox.com. Thanks so much for sharing all your cute ideas! :)

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  16. This is a really cute idea, and a great blog!

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  17. one of my favorite valentine's decorations I have seen around! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. How gorgeous, would be perfect for my daughters room

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  19. Great project!!

    thanks for sharing it

    blessings

    barbara jean

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  20. It is so sweet. My daughter would love to make her own for her room.

    I'm hosting my first linky party and would love for you to come over and link this project up!

    http://mybackyardeden.blogspot.com/2010/01/make-it-yours-day.html

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  21. I love these! They are beautiful!

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  22. oh, heavens...so so wonderfully cute!

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  23. What a great project! A great way to use up wood scraps that everyone has...thanks for sharing!

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  24. Those are way to cute - love them!

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  25. Love this!!! I made a slightly different version of this at scrapsnstrings.blogspot.com ...thanks for the idea :)

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  26. Incredibly cute!! Question: How did you get the stencil to adhere to the wood? Did you artistically paint the letter and heart to the wood, or did you adhere the stencil to the wood?

    littlelizardking@gmail.com

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  27. Hey again,
    Thanks for linking up this week! I showed this to my daughter and we're going to make it for her room!

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  28. LOVEE this idea! Terrific and totally copying! :)

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  29. Hi Little Lizard King!
    I just use cardstock...and either hold it down with my fingers... or use tape to hold it down so it doesn't move. :)

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  30. What a great project. The dry brushing gave it a great distressed look!!

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  31. Hi Stacie-

    Just wanted to let you know we featured your craft & LOVE it! Thanks for the idea.

    *Workin on a "featured" button.

    Thanks again & Happy Presidents Day!

    :)Kelli {Lolly Jane}

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  32. Very cute- and the idea is adaptable for many holidays or everyday use!

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  33. http://www.ultimateweddingcontest.com/entries/40394?sort=time

    I really appreciate it! Thank you

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