Friday, July 10, 2015

Quick and Easy Interchangeable Kitchen Sign Using Free Printables


I have a quick and easy project to share with you today. 

It's an interchangeable kitchen sign using a free printable. 



I wanted to create a cute sign holder that I could use in my kitchen to prop up on the backsplash, but I wanted to be able to change it out with cute free printables that I find on Pinterest

I didn't want the bulk of a frame, plus I didn't have a frame in my stash, but I did have a canvas. 

These are the supplies that I pulled for this project. I had everything in my stash!



I used an 8x10 canvas, scrapbook paper, binder clip, and a free printable that you can find here from the Finding Home website.

You can also check out my printable Pinterest board here



I printed the free printable on an 8.5x11 heavy 110lb cardstock and then trimmed it down to fit the canvas. 

I wanted to add a pop of color, so I picked out a red and white polka dot patterned scrapbook paper from my stash. I trimmed it 8x10 to fit the canvas. You could use wrapping paper, tissue paper, etc for the added color or just paint the canvas. 


Once I trimmed the printable and scrapbook paper to fit the canvas, I just hot glued on the binder clip to the top of the canvas. 




That's it!! Super easy project, but this will be so useful in my kitchen. 

I have so much scrapbook paper in my stash and there are so many cute free printables available online, I will be able to change up this sign frequently. 



Here is the sign in my kitchen. I love the pop of color from the scrapbook paper!

It fits in with my Utensil holder and spoon rest. These are both from World Market. 




If you want to see how this came together, you can watch the YouTube video below. 


This was so fun and super easy. I hope you are inspired to create something fun for your home decor. 

Thanks for reading and visiting my blog. 

Hugs, Shelly



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